Sleep And Light
Teens and Sleep/Food and Sleep
Teens and Sleep
Sleep is like food for the brain sleep is important if you skip sleep it could be harmful and possibly deadly if you don't get enough sleep you could act moody, could do poorly in school, and argue with friends and family. Not getting enough sleep can cause more than 100,000 car crashes every year. Teens should get at least 10-8 hours of sleep each night.
Food and Sleep
Do you ever wonder what foods make you tired and what foods make you energized. Do you ever feel tired when you eat something sugary, or if when you eat a big meal and just doze off this happens because you probably don't have the right nourishment.
Some Facts About Tenns and Sleep
- Sleep is vital to your well-being and is as important as the air you breath
- Teens should get about 8-10 hours of sleep each night
- Teens tend to have irregular sleeping patterns throughout the week and usually sleep late on the weekends
- if you don't get enough sleep you'll probably won't do well on tests, homework, classwork.
- sleep is important make it a priority if you get enough sleep you'll be healthy, happy, and smart
Some Facts About Food And Sleep
- Caffeine, four out of five adults in Americans consume at least one serving of coffee, tea, soda, of any other caffeinated drinks
- Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that regulates sleepiness
- energy drinks have caffeine but also have sugar which makes you tired