The experts from the University of Alabama at Birmingham are stating a new thing. According to them going back to school after spending a long summer vacation is not just an excuse for getting a new cloths or reading well. Aside from that sleeping factors play a big role on their life to get success in school.
They have also stated long summer days always leads themselves to later nights as well as fewer hours of restorative slumber, so at that time some suggestion from the pediatricians are additionally necessary for them at that moment while they return to their classroom.
Kristin Avis, Managing director and an assistant professor of pediatrics and a sleep specialist, has stated “From memory to judgment, emotional stability and even immunity sleep deprivation always left negative effects on the school age children.”
In this regard the researchers have involved many students from many schools and have kept them for monitoring. They have found that 60 percent of the children under the age of 18 have complained that they have been suffering for day tiredness and other 15 percent have complained that they often fall a sleep at their school.
Stephenie Wallace, the UAB assistant professor of pediatrics, has stated “Near about a week earlier from the time of starting of school every child needs to back up their bed times and wake up times. It will be quite helpful for keeping them fresh during the first school day.”
In this regard NSF has also set a guidelines also, which are stating three to five years old children need near about 11 to 13 hours of sleep per night, while the children of 5 to 12 years need near about 10 to 11 hours of sleep at night.