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Lack of sleep is worse for girls' mental health than spending hours on social media, study reveals
[Full text] Insufficient Sleep Duration And Its Association With Breakfast Intake, | NSS
Evidence is mounting that teenagers should start school a little later. David Gozal, a pediatric sleep expert at the University of Chicago. In an August policy statement, the AAP said it supports middle and high schools adopting delayed start times that is, no earlier than a. More than one in five of these students says he or she falls asleep while doing homework at least once a week. With evidence suggesting that delaying the start of the school day can lead to more sleep, less reported fatigue and even improved academics , the switch seems like a no-brainer. The AAP recommends that schools should start at a.
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High school students aren't getting enough sleep, and it's not just because of Instagram. Read on to see how much sleep is needed as well as the consequences of sleep deficits and suggestions for potential solutions. While it probably doesn't surprise anyone that high school students like to sleep in, there may actually be scientific reasons behind teens' desire to go to bed later and wake up later. The body's changing rhythm is actually at odds with high school start times, busy schedules and technology. According to the National Sleep Foundation , year-olds need hours of sleep, an increase from the long-established 8.