Category - Teen
Add to that lifestyle a giant everyday use of technology and you will notice a number of factors that affects a teens sleeping cycle. The effect of sleep deprivation on adolescents health and well-being - from a teenagers perspective the average person can survive more than three weeks without food, but only around ten days without sleep. (gillin) adolescents tend to participate in many activities such as exams, homework, and sports, which do not allow for a full nights sleep. Many teens who miss sleep suffer with irritability, mood swings, and even depression. Sleep deprivation also affects your complexion, your health, and your weight. (some studies link sleeping less with an increased risk of obesity. ) too little sleep can also make young people more likely to suffer injuries and have auto accidents. Teenagers are known for their moodiness, getting in relentless tit-for-tat spats with their parents, and sleeping all day long. The first horrible effects of sleep deprivation on teenage brain is decrease thier ability to learn. Student who experience lack of sleep will have lower ability to learn. The brain of teenagers will not tolerate their sleep pattern. Sleep deprivation can decrease the brain function in learning process. The mental health effects of technology and sleep deprivation. However, vamping has negative effects that go beyond feeling sleepy during the day. Here are a few ways that sleep deprivation and inadequate timing of sleep can affect your teens overall well-being rem sleep directly contributes to emotional regulation, learning and memory all necessary for successful performance in school, social relationships and self-esteem. Problems with learning, attention and emotion regulation can be cause by rem sleep loss. Teens need about 9 hours of sleep each night to develop and maintain full cognitive and physical abilities. According to the center for disease control (cdc), 91 of all teens fail to get that amount of sleep on a consistent basis. Teens fall behind in school, are more prone to make poor decisions, and see their health decline due to lack of sleep. this presentation will discuss sleep deprivation and its importance, risk factors, signs, symptoms, and options for solving and preventing the issue.