Patti Neighmond. Teens' biological clock drives them to stay up late and sleep in. Most school start times don't accommodate that drive. Many American teenagers try to put in a full day of school, homework, after-school activities, sports and college prep on too little sleep.
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Among teens, sleep deprivation an epidemic
Sleep experts are warning of an epidemic of sleep deprivation among school-aged children, with some urging educational authorities to alter school hours to allow adolescents to stay in bed longer. Adequate sleep is the strongest factor in the wellbeing and mental health of teenagers, and a shortage is linked to poor educational results, anxiety and obesity, they say. The French education minister approved a proposal to push back by an hour the start of the school day to 9am for students aged in Paris. The school day is designed to fit in with the standard working day. Teensleep wanted to evaluate the impact of a later start to the school day, but not enough schools signed up for a trial.
It's no secret that many teenagers stay up late to scroll through social media or catch up with friends on phones. And 56 percent of parents of teens who have sleep troubles believe this use of electronics is hurting their child's shut-eye. Forty-three percent of parents report that their teen struggles to fall asleep or wakes up and can't get back to sleep, according to the C.