Is your Teen Getting 9 1/4 Hours of Sleep?

Most studies show that teenagers need 9.25 hours of sleep a night but regularly only manage about six hours on a school night.  The result is that teens are chronically fatigued and perform worse on tests than when fully energized.  Researchers suggest that teenagers avoid caffeine six hours prior to sleep time, get to sleep earlier, and continue a regular sleep pattern on weekends.

General Academic cannot help them with their sleep!  Good Luck!  Read more at NPR:

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