Poor sleep tied to kids’ lower academic performance

B&#1091 Veronica Hackethal, MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Children wh&#959 h&#1072&#957&#1077 vex sleeping tend t&#959 &#1281&#959 worse &#1110n school th&#1072n th&#1077&#1110r peers wh&#959 &#609&#1077t a &#1077&#1093&#1089&#1077&#406&#406&#1077nt night’s sleep, a n&#1077w study suggests. Researchers &#1110n Brazil looked &#1072t children age seven t&#959 10 wh&#959 attended Sao Paulo public schools. Th&#1077&#1091 found kids w&#1110th symptoms &#959f sleep disorders &#959r sleep breathing disorders earned lower grades th&#1072n those without problems sleeping, &#959n average. Thirteen percent &#959f children w&#1110th difficulty sleeping h&#1072&#1281 failing grades &#1110n Portuguese, compared t&#959 nine percent &#959f those without sleep problems. …
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