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    • Ann Parnitudom
      IB Psychology period 7
      Sleep Deprivation
    • What is it?
      Sleep is a state of when the body rests and there is no activity of nearly all the voluntary muscles.
      It is a natural recurring state of relatively suspended sensory and motor activity.
      It is one of the most important components for people to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
      Today, majority of the people do not receive enough hours of sleep.
      Especially teenagers:
      Workload
      Sports
      Etc.
    • Why is sleep so important?
      The average teenager needs approximately 9-10 hours of sleep per night.
      This is because it drastically impacts their hormones for growth and physical maturation.
      Majority of the teenagers get approximately 7.4 hours of sleep per night.
      The number of sleep hours decrease as they get older.
      Adapt an unhealthy lifestyle:
      Inconsistent sleeping patterns
      Increases stress level
      Getting tired more easily
      Less likely to be able to focus
      Less alert
    • Class Sleep Log #1:
    • Class Sleep Log #2:
    • Results
      Most of the students took naps during the day.
      Longest nap session: 1.8 hours per day
      Shortest nap session: 0 hours (2 students)
      • 63 hours of sleep restored from napping for 35 days.
      Range of Sleep per night: 6.1- 8.6 hours
      Average hours of sleep per night: 7.35 hours
      Range of Sleep over the 35 days: 222.25-343 hours
      Average hours of sleep over the 35 days: 282.6 hours
    • Comparison
      5th to get the most hours of sleep during naps.
      10th to get the most hours of sleep per night.
      8th to receive the most hours of sleep from the night-time and naps.
      I ranked close to the class average result of sleep hours.
      Tara received the most hours of sleep with the naps and night-time sleep hours combined.
      Mallory received the least hours of sleep with the naps and night-time sleep hours combined.
    • Recommended Hours of Sleep
      Average hours of sleep per night: 7.35 hours
      Average hours of sleep over the 35 days: 282.6 hours
      Average hours of sleep needed per night:
      9.5 hours
      Average hours of sleep needed over the 35 days:
      332.5 hours
      Sleep Debt:
      Per Night: 2.15 hours
      Per 35 Days: 49.9 hours
    • Conclusion
      Everyone slept below the standard to withstand a healthy lifestyle.
      Short by 2+hours each night!
      Almost up to 50 hours in 35 days!!
      *WE ARE NOT GETTING ENOUGH SLEEP!!*
      Without the naptimes the numbers would exceedingly decrease.
      1 Day: 50 minutes of sleep missing each day.
      35 Days: 17.5 hours of sleep missing in 35 days.
      • The sleep hours vary depending on the workload and activities.
      The amount of sleep we get impacts our performance in school.
      If we receive more hours of sleep, it is likely that we will improve our performances in school.
    • Works Cited
      Information:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep
      http://parentingteens.about.com/cs/teensandsleep/a/teenssleepwell.htm
      Pictures:
      http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/assets/0/78/315/355/455/457/479/483/98367094-f1c8-4249-8a00-951b0c86ffef.jpg
      http://www.sleep-deprivation-info.com/images/sleepingdisorders.jpg
      http://blog.teenmentalhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/sleep-sm.jpg