Some teenagers don't know how to use online for useful times. There is the good reason to use online but there are also bad things to it. It also depends on what you're on and what you're doing online." All of this access can be dangerous; those who abuse the internet can become trapped in a cyber riptide of sorts, pulled in further and further as their time online increases, their school performance declines, and their family and peer relationships begin to suffer"(Source 1). For all of these teens could have problems at school such as at home.
The missing of school will lead to bad academically performance. Television viewing replaces activities that improve school performance such as getting enough sleep. (Kyla Boyse) The lack of enough sleep causes teenagers to be tired in class and therefore fail to concentrate on what is being taught. The author states that television’s effects on education are long-term .Therefore watching television as a child can influence educational level even at the age of 26.That was proved by a 15 years long study done by the University of Michigan researchers which discovered negative effects of television on
Is homework becoming too much? Every day students spend hours upon hours doing homework every night and stressing out if they aren't able to finish it. The first form of homework was given as a punishment to the kids that would act up in class. The teacher would give them extra school work to take home and do instead of being able to go home relax and have fun. Although homework can help increase understanding of new topics this kind of practice is not helping students because it can interfere with sleeping, stresses kids and teenagers out and can cause depression, and even make a kid give up on school altogether.
If teens need about 9 1/4 hours of sleep to do their best and naturally go to sleep around 11:00 pm, one way to get more sleep is to start school later. School timings and its effect Teens' natural sleep cycle puts them in conflict with school start times. Most high school students need an alarm clock or a parent to wake them on school days. They are like zombies getting ready for school and find it hard to be alert and pay attention in class. Because they are sleep deprived, they are sleepy all day and cannot do their best.
Stress has become a major issue for high school students. Many students have seven classes, participate in sports, have after school activities, homework, and need to get an adequate amount of sleep each night. Some parents and outside influencers don’t see the benefits of having a longer lunch period for high school students. Students complain about how long school is now but they don 't have enough time outside of school to complete everything they are expected to. While it is understandable that some parents wouldn’t want longer lunches because it could result in safety issues and students having to remain in school 30 minutes longer than the traditional time, longer lunches would give students a chance to complete homework, get help from teachers, and eat a nutritious meal.
Teenagers that are addicted to their social media make checking their social media feed part of their nightly routine. Studies show that every one in five teenagers wake up in the middle of the night to check their social media feed. Teenagers are known for going to school tired and unhappy, social media is one of the main reasons teenagers are staying up too late and not getting enough sleep. Sleep deprivation can cause unhappiness, poor grades, anxiety, and depression. Others studies shows that the lack of sleep by social media hurts teenagers can also affect their self - esteem.
Feeling tired, running on only three hours sleep means that I often want to watch television when I get home from school, and it takes a lot of effort to do homework. The Guardian quotes Professor Paul Kelley, who says that "young people in Britain were losing on average 10 hours’ sleep a week, making them more sleep-deprived than a junior doctor on a 24-hour shift" - this just illustrates the pressure on young people when we have to conform to a timetable created by adults, one which makes us lose sleep and have to work feeling exhausted and unfocused - imagine how much better we would feel if we had the ten hours sleep we are mivving
Many early starting high schools have changed their starting times because students grades were dropping and they were not as prepared and focused. The start time here at Mentor is affecting the student 's grades and overall mental health, however, there are many ways that we can fix this issue. Mentor High School starts at 7:22 A.M. and at that time the sun is still rising so some students have to walk to the bus stop in the dark. With extracurricular activities, sports, and homework most students do not have time to relax and spend time with friends and family. According to the national sleep foundation it is natural that teenagers are not able to fall asleep before 11 P.M.
A recent problem that has formed from online use is cyberbullying, which teens who spend most of their time online have a strong possibility of running into. Overall the biggest problems that frequent online users find themselves with include a lack of real life social skills, limited exercise, and the possibility of experiencing cyberbullying. Teenagers who spend most of their time online often avoid interactions with people in real life, making it difficult for them to develop important social skills. Social media has made it possible for teens to talk to anyone around the world. Some teens may find it easier to talk to people online through chatrooms then it in real life, so many of them may just resort to just talking to people online.
Sleep deprivation can be caused by copious amounts of issues, but the main cause of sleep deprivation is simply staying up too late. Many reasons can impact why someone may be inclined to stay up later than healthy. Typically, kids and teenagers stay up too late because they become distracted or intrigued by their phones and electronics. Teenagers are likely to be interested in social media such as Instagram and Facebook and can become inattentive to the time as they scroll through social media. Some kids, teenagers, and even adults like to fall asleep watching television, yet they do not think about the