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Sleep Number Blog – 8.20.19 (8.17.19)

At 7:30 a.m. on an average school day, many of Jacquelyn McKinney-Lynch’s high school students in Romeoville, Illinois, have their heads on their desks. Additionally, some are late to class while others are absent altogether, simply too sleepy to function that early in the morning.

Not getting enough sleep has a ripple effect throughout the day, with behavioral issues more common in sleep-deprived teens, notes McKinney-Lynch.

Read more: 6 Surprising Ways Teens Are Affected by Lack of Sleep

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