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90 percent of teens are sleep deprived -- and the health costs could be significant. Sleep loss can take a devastating toll on the mind and body at any stage of life, from early childhood to older adulthood. But for teenagers, who are at a critical stage of development, skipping out on sleep can be particularly dangerous.Why are teens so sleep deprived?
The main reason for teen sleep deprivation is that teens don’t get enough sleep. Another reason for teen sleep deprivation is the pressure on teens to do well in school. Teens who don't get enough sleep are more likely to doze off in class and are less able to concentrate, learn, and solve problems.