Although I often got full 8 hours of sleep, it was still hard for me to wake up in the morning. At the time I was living with my brother, who had to leave for work around 7: 30 am, and since no one would be at home, it was my responsibility to wake myself up. Most of the time I had to drag myself, even thought I mostly hated it, it was something I had to do. 8 hours of sleep per night barely worked for me, then time came for me to transition into high school. It was tough, my high school’s starting time was even earlier than my middle school.
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For instance, I have homework every night in at least two classes, I usually do not go to bed until eleven-thirty at night and wake up at six in the morning. On average, I do not get more than seven hours of sleep at night. My personal bias does hinder me from being a critical reader because I am a high schooler so I am not going to agree that my cellular device is a cause of sleep deprivation, but instead, I am going to blame it on the stress from school. In contrast, adults would put the blame on our cellular devices and friends. I believe this article is strongly opinionated, so it is hard to be a critical reader for a reader of any age.
According to Amy Wolfson’s research into high school students and their sleep cycles, students with passing grades, such as A’s and B’s, got up to an hour more sleep than students with failing grades, such as C’s, D’s, and F’s. These habits can also affect attitude outside of physical or mental work. It can very easily affect your emotional and social efforts. If someone was being rude to someone, if the person had received enough sleep the previous night, they could probably brush it off and carry on. However, if the victim received minimal to no sleep the previous night, they would probably cry or come back at the insulter ten times worse.
Kids that have activities outside of or after school, get home late enough, along with sometimes loads of homework, and don't get to bed until an unnecessary late time. People don't like having to get up early, even though the day ends shorter when it starts earlier, some people would maybe rather have it the other way around. Skimping on sleep days has become a bad habit for most American children. And for most school-aged kids, 10 and 1/2 hours is ideal. Most kids are going to bed at 10 p.m. or later on school nights making it harder to wake up in the morning let alone trying to stay awake in class, which is why we need to change the times kids need to get up in the morning and leave for school all around the world.
High school starts at 7:30 in the morning in most places. High school students typically get up an hour before or earlier in order to get ready for the day ahead. High schools should begin classes an hour later so that students may have more rest so they may be more aware and more likely to learn. If school began an hour later this would let students get more sleep, as they would more than likely continue to go to bed at the same time they do currently. “Research shows that teenagers’ body clocks are set to a schedule that is different from that of younger children or adults.
Sleep, it is a big deal and most people are deprived of it because they are forced to wake up early for school. You may say then why not go to bed earlier? Well, for students in school your natural time to go to sleep is usually later at night at about eleven thirty. With that, you aren 't getting eight hours of
If you are a morning person good for you. Not a lot of people that I know anyways, are morning people. For most, they dread when there alarm clock goes off at six a.m or whenever it is that it goes off. Most teens due to going to be late around 11pm is only giving them six to seven hours of sleep. Them having to get up around six or so for school is waking them up when they are in a deep sleep.
You finally have the urge to get up and get ready for school. You take a shower, eat breakfast and head out to the bus. You feel very tired, you stayed up really late last night because you had to study for a huge test. This happens every school morning, every day you are struggling to get through the day, you tried coffee but it’s to bitter for you, the truth is nothing will work for you but more sleep. Starting school later for high school students is important because studies have shown that more sleep for teens is key for their developing brains.
As a high school student, I know what it’s like to get assigned homework from every class, along with having practice that night, and having to stay up until I can barely stay awake to get it all done. Not to mention waking up before the crack of dawn to do what wasn’t finished or just not doing the homework at all. It’s currently unobtainable to get the correct amount of sleep with the current school hours and workload that students receive. Adding that extra hour allows students time in the morning to finish up what couldn’t be done the night before. Data from more than 9,000 students at “eight high schools in Minnesota, Colorado, and Wyoming” was researched and it was found that shifting the school day to later in the morning “resulted in a boost in attendance, test scores, and grades in math, English, science, and social studies” (Richmond).