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Why Teenagers Need More Sleep

According to, "the latest recommendations from the National Sleep Foundation, kids six to 13 should get nine to 11 hours. Teens ages 14 to 17 need eight to ten hours. And young adults from 18 to 25 should aim for seven to nine hours." Unfortunately, only 8 percent of teenagers are getting enough sleep. In fact, 59 percent of teenagers are getting less that six hours of sleep. Sleep deprivation can cause impaired judgement, mood disorder, anxiety, and even impact their ability to learn.
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