School Time Jonathan Martinez

When students are tired, they don’t do work. When students don’t do work, their grades suffer. Students should get more sleep in order to keep their grades up and pay attention in school.

¨Teenagers actually need more sleep than adults - about nine hours' worth - but a recent survey found that as few as 14 percent of them get nine or more hours on weeknights. Twice as many get seven hours or less. And this sleep deficit can drag down your mental and physical health, perhaps permanently.


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