Sleep is Key to Help Teens Recharge for Success This School Year

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By National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project, Special for  USDR

For most teens, back to school time means stocking up on school supplies, picking out new clothes and finalizing class schedules. But one of the best ways they can prepare for success this school year is to commit to getting enough  sleep.

As students head back to school, the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project is launching the “Sleep Recharges You” campaign, urging teens to get eight to 10 hours of sleep per night to promote optimal health. When well-rested, teens are more likely to be healthy, energetic and have a positive attitude toward life in general — helping them to be their best and do their best this school  year.