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Sleep Deprivation

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Marhefka, J. K. (2011). Sleep deprivation: Consequences for students. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 49(9), 20-5.

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Abstract

During the adolescent years, a delayed pattern of the sleep-wake cycle occurs. Many parents and health care providers are not aware that once established, these poor sleep habits can continue into adulthood. Early school hours start a pattern of sleep loss that begins a cycle of daytime sleepiness, which may affect mood, behavior, and increase risk for accidents or injury. These sleep-deprived habits established in adolescence can often lead to problems during college years. Sleep hygiene can be initiated to help break the cycle, along with education and implementation of a strict regimen. Monitoring all adolescents and college-aged students for sleep insufficiency is imperative to improve both academic and emotional well-being.

 

MeSH Terms
    Adolescent
    Adolescent Behavior
    Humans
    Safety
    Sleep Deprivation/nursing
    Sleep Deprivation/prevention & control*
    Sleep Disorders, Circadian Rhythm/nursing
    Sleep Disorders, Circadian Rhythm/prevention & control*
    Students/psychology*
    United States

 

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