Sleep Gagneet, Kiran, Loveleen, Jessica

The National Sleep Foundation:

What happens when children don't get enough sleep:

  • behavoir problem
  • mood and emotion problems
  • obesity

The Science of Sleep Videos:

Extreme Sleepiness:

Can Kids Get Sleep Apena?:

Foods and Drinks For a Good Nights Sleep:

  • nuts
  • warm milk
  • tea
  • cottage cheese
  • fruits

Sleep Science
  • Brain: While you sleep a fluid is pumped throughout your brain throwing away any waste products your brain makes.
  • Heart: Your heats takes a break when you sleep. It pumps blood slower than it does throughout the day.
  • Lungs: Your lungs slow down your breathing as you sleep.
  • Muscles: While you sleep, your growth hormones work to rebuild your muscles and joints so when your wake up in the morning your body wont ace or feel tired.

Sleep problems that kids have:

  • caffeine
  • technology
  • sleep apnea
  • nightmares

How Exercise Affects Sleep:

  • exercising reduces stress and tires you out which benifits your sleep
  • exercising reduces the risk of sleep apnea and other difficult sleep disorders

Sleep Expert - Sammy Margo:

  • a peaceful, calm sleep environment helps you sleep
  • bedroom should be clear of clutter
  • pastel wall colors
  • silent bedroom

Expert Approved Sleep Tips -

What Would Happen If You Didn't Sleep?
The Benefits Of A Good Nights Sleep

How Much Sleep Do People Need?

Children need at least 10 hours of sleep every night

Teens need 8-10 hours of sleep every night

Adults need between 7-9 hours of sleep each night

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