WANT GROWTH? GO TO BED [1 MINUTE] How much DEEP Sleep Teens Need?

WANT GROWTH? GO TO BED [1 MINUTE] How much DEEP Sleep Teens Need? | Dr. Raj

How Much Deep Sleep Teenagers Need?

Teens are children aged 13 to 18 years of age. General guidelines suggest that, teens both boys and girls require 8 to 10 hours of sleep every 24 hours. Every person’s internal biological clock is different and it is not easy to put an exact number on a complex natural mechanism like sleep. The deep Sleep part is approximately 15 to 25% of the total sleep. This means when the total sleep is 10 hours, the deep sleep part will more be like 1.5 to 2.5 hours. During a night’s sleep, deep sleep usually occurs over 5 to 6 cycles. The duration of deep sleep is more during the first few hours of a teen sleeping and then gradually reduces during the reminder of the night’s sleep. Deep sleep is what the body needs to recover after a tired day. It is during Deep sleep the body’s internal clock releases hormones like growth hormone that contribute to growth and development. Thank you for watching. If you found value Subscribe for videos, like, share and comment below.

Check out this video on Increasing Height https://youtu.be/QX5G8bj-Oss Want Growth? Go to Bed. In this video, I will explain How much sleep and deep sleep teens need. I will also briefly explain the importance of this. How much sleep do you need is a frequent question and the answer depends on the age. Sleep is important and more so deep sleep is imperative for the body to recover and release growth hormone by internal biological clock to help with growth and development.

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