Kids should get 10 hours of sleep
Kids should get 10 hours of sleep because...
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You will be more focussed for sports
If you are a sports player you might want to read this because this will help you in sports Seven players were included in the study. Most famous basketball players get atleast 10-11 hours of sleep because so they can be ready for the game if not they won't be ready and they will be tired it also messes with your mental health. Also for football, Early in the season, the players' average 40-yard dash time was 4.99 seconds. But after six weeks of extra sleep the average time dropped one-tenth of a second — to 4.89 seconds also it would give you more energy for games and practice when you get more sleep you can feel more energy and no bags under your eyes so you will look better and you can run aroud and get way more things done. A study from research at stand ford university finds that more sleep hours helps athletes like basketball players and football players in games and practice. Also they will do very good in school like will not fall asleep in class just like my brother. Sleep is no less important than food and, drink if you don't ever get that much sleep it is like not eating ever because it can slowly kill you it help your health majorly."The goal was to aim for 10 hours of sleep per night," says Cheri Mah of the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic. At the beginning of the season, Mah found that the players had moderate levels of daytime fatigue, even though they thought they were getting enough rest at night.
Changes your mood swing
That’s right; lack of sleep can hinder you from thinking clearly and keeping your emotions at an even keel. Studies show that excessive sleepiness can hurt work performance, wreak havoc on relationships, and lead to mood problems like anger and depression. when you don't get enough sleep to remember things for work and school like homework and test and the things you need for school. Also it is hard to concentrate on complex test in school. Stand ford sleep analyzed a federal survey of some 8,000 families in which parents were asked a slew of questions about bedtime. The survey was ongoing — from the time their kids were 9 months old through the start of kindergarten. Parents were surveyed several times throughout this period.