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How many hours of sleep do a 6th grader need?
Sleep requirements are dependent mainly on age and activity level. A baby normally has around 12 to 14 hours sleep; a teenager (12- to 17-year-old) should have 9 to 10 hours; …an adult can normally get away with 8 hours of sleep. Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep. If still tired they should sleep even more. normally eight hours
you need as a kid nine hours before you go to school
Its compulsary for a teen ager to sleep 8 hours..
7-8 for adults and kids, 9-10 for teenagers....no i am not making that up, i read it somewhere...i think my college psych book, teens need a little more sleep because their bo…dies are growing and going through all kinds of crap that adults and kids are not.
Just like you need about eight glasses of water every day, you need on average eight hours of sleep. This all depends on you. If you are young, then it is normal to sleep up t…o 12 hours every night as younger people use much more energy, requiring more sleep.
9 to 10 hours
The amount of sleep you need depends on many factors, especially your age. Infants typically sleep at least 16 hours a day. Most preschoolers need at least 11 hours of sleep a… night, and most school-age children need at least 10 hours of sleep a night. By the teenage years, nine hours of sleep a night is usually adequate. For most adults, seven to eight hours a night seems about right. Although some people feel rested on as few as five hours of sleep a night, recent studies call this notion into question. Researchers have found that people who sleep so little over many nights don't perform as well on complex mental tasks as do people who get closer to seven hours of sleep a night. Additionally, researchers have found that adults who get much more or less than seven hours of sleep a night have a higher mortality rate than do adults who sleep about seven hours a night. As you get older, your sleeping patterns may change. Older adults tend to sleep more lightly and awaken more frequently during the night than do younger adults - but there's no evidence that older adults need less sleep than do younger adults. At any age, getting enough sleep boosts your immune system. Sleep also helps your nervous system work properly. Likewise, too little sleep can leave you drowsy and unable to concentrate. Lack of sleep also impairs memory and physical performance. So how many hours of sleep are enough for you? It's probably best to aim for about seven to eight hours of quality sleep a night. If you feel drowsy during the day - even during boring activities - you're probably not getting enough sleep. Also, remember that quality of sleep is just as important as quantity. If your sleep is frequently interrupted or cut short, you're not getting quality sleep. If you experience frequent daytime sleepiness, even after increasing the amount of quality sleep you get, talk to your doctor. He or she may be able to identify any underlying causes - and help you get a better night's sleep.
7 hours average for anyone from 21-24 years old. 6 hours thereafter. This keeps decreasing as you get older.
At night a child of three years old should get at least 10 to 12 hours of sleep. During the daytime a child of that age could get 1 to 3 hours of sleep.
Each child is different but as a mom, I can safely say that 7-9 hours is good.
they need 15-20 hours of sleep
Most teens need 8-9 hours of sleep, adults 7-8 hours and seniors need a little less, often 6-7 hours. That varies quite a bit depending on the person and other factors.
well it sometimes depends on how tired a two year old is so i would say like aproxmatly 5-6 hours nights a day i surppose
Preteens and teens need anywhere from 7-9 hours of sleep until fully developed