Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Primary schoolchildren that sleep less than nine hours do not perform

Primary schoolchildren that sleep less than nine hours do not perform: A study by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB in Spanish) and Ramón Llull University have researched the relationship between the sleeping habits, hours slept, and academic performance of children aged between six and seven years of age. Experts have found that sleeping less than nine hours, going to bed late and no bedtime routine generally affects children's academic skills.

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