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One Sleepy Situation

Have you ever walked into a classroom and seen a student in a deep slumber on a desk? That’s exhibit A on why students don’t get enough sleep--they take time out of their school day to catch some much needed Z’s.   With the start time  of 7:30 a.m. that South

The Dreadful Awakening

There have been a ridiculous amount of research projects trying to help the sleep deprived students and teachers, but nothing ever changes. School starting so early in the morning only has negative effects on students, teachers and sometimes even parents. It has been proven that school starting so early actually hurts

Morning or Night?

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Night Time Routines

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5 Reasons Why Sleep is Good for You

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Braindead

  Imagine this: you wake up and go to school. After school you do a sport or activity that takes a good amount of your day. After that you come home tired, but realize you still have to do all that homework that is due by tomorrow.  After doing all of

Sleepless Nights

The internal clock shift, early high school start-up times and a promise made to spend quality time with a friend, finally, makes balancing social and academic obligations difficult, not to mention the nine hours of sleep teens will try to get a night. In a study conducted by Nationwide Children’s

What do Dreams Really do?

“We dream whatever comes to mind” says Arianna Henriquez, freshman, but why? How? Dreaming is a crucial part of our health actually , we all do it. Yet, most of us don’t remember when we do, or what it is about. We dream for many reasons, but the most important

Sleep Deprivation

Do you get enough sleep at night? Adolescents are notorious for not getting enough sleep. The effects of being deprived of sleep is lack of judgement and perception, increase in blood pressure and depression, according to a Harvard study . The average teenager gets between seven to seven and a half hours

Pillow Talk

Are you tired? Of course you are.  In students’ lives, sleep is a blessed thing that doesn’t come around often enough. Between school, social lives, work, extracurricular activities, family and friends, sleep time shrinks and shrinks.  Most students say that they do not have a regular and healthy sleep pattern.

How Sleep Can Affect People

Nowadays, a lot of teenagers don’t get the recommended amount of sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, teenagers should get around 8-10 hours of sleep. Not getting enough sleep can affect people’s health, cause acne and problems with skin and cause stress. Does it also affect people’s behavior in School?   Sadie

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