Sleep Deprivation 101

SLEEP DEPRAJATION 101 SLEEPING HABITS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS TYPICAL WEEKDAY FOR A FULL-TIME STUDENT 8.4 HOURS SLEEP 1.5 HOURS TRAVEL 3.6 HOURS EDUCATION 1 HOUR EATING & DRINKING 3.5 HOURS LEISURE/SPORTS 2.3 HOURS MISC. I 2.9 HOURS WORK *Based on a 24-hour day Sleep deprivation among adolescents ages 17-24 due to stress related factors is climbing at alarming rates. These students are more likely to miss class. OF POOR SLEEPERS MISS OR FALL ASLEEP IN (2% CLASS THREE OR MORE TIMES A MONTH A13 14 20% 19 20 21 OF STUDENTS PULL AN ALL-NIGHTER AT LEAST ONCE PER MONTH 0000000 35% OF STUDENTS STAY UP UNTIL 3 AM AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK OF COLLEGE STUDENTS RECEIVE LESS THAN THE EIGHT RECOMMENDED HOURS OF SLEEP A NIGHT. HAVE TROUBLE FALLING ASLEEP DUE TO ACADEMIC AND EMOTIONAL STRESS 68% These statistics reveal that stress has a much more significant impact on sleep deprivation alcohol consumption and late night electronic use. O sleep genius

Sleep Deprivation 101

shared by Fusion360 on Feb 27
College students are known for their inability to sleep, whether it is for school work, insomnia or late-night parties. But what do those countless sleepless nights do to your health? Quite a bit....


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