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The reason school children are shattered


More than three quarters of British children say they feel shattered at school because of irregular sleep patterns, a survey has revealed. The Travelodge study found nearly half don’t have a fixed bedtime routine with experts warning of the ‘extremely detrimental’ impacts sleep deprivation has on children's long term health and wellbeing.

[Daily Mirror, 24 April 2016.]


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