Many people use their weekends to “catch up” on sleep. But most experts agree that getting an extra hour or two of sleep on the weekend won’t help if you’re chronically sleep-deprived. Most teens require about nine hours or more of sleep each night, but many average about six-and-a-half hours—and some try to get by on six hours or less. Like eating right and exercising, getting enough sleep is extremely important. It affects every aspect of your life, including your physical health, weight, memory, mood, and behavior.
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