Young adult sleep patterns
A study published in the Journal of Sleep Research indicates that sleep problems are both prevalent and increasing among students. In the study that included Norwegian college and university students in , , and , both male and female students had an average sleep duration in the lower end of the normal range on weekdays hours but met their own sleep need and sleep recommendations at weekends hours. The overall prevalence of insomnia among participants was There was a substantial increase in sleep problems from These findings extend on the mental health crisis facing college students today, and emphasize that sleep problems, equal to mental health problems, warrant attention as a public health concern in this population," said lead author Prof.
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Sleep problems in young adult students revealed in new study
Changes in Sleep with Age | Healthy Sleep
The older you get, the less you sleep. Newborns sleep 16 to 18 hours a day. Half of this is REM sleep and half is slow-wave sleep, with little shallow stage 1 and 2 sleep. By the age of one, children usually sleep 13 to 14 hours with that number decreasing until they reach adolescence. Toddlers typically take afternoon naps prescribed by parents seeking to prevent overtiredness, and the ending of daily naps is seen as a hallmark of maturation for the young child.
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Natural Patterns of Sleep
Sleep is a vital indicator of overall health and well-being. We spend up to one-third of our lives asleep, and the overall state of our "sleep health" remains an essential question throughout our lifespan. Sleep needs vary across ages and are especially impacted by lifestyle and health. To determine how much sleep you need, it's important to assess not only where you fall on the "sleep needs spectrum," but also to examine what lifestyle factors are affecting the quality and quantity of your sleep such as work schedules and stress.
Our bodies require sleep in order to maintain proper function and health. In fact, we are programmed to sleep each night as a means of restoring our bodies and minds. Two interacting systems—the internal biological clock and the sleep-wake homeostat—largely determine the timing of our transitions from wakefulness to sleep and vice versa.
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