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・The National Sleep Foundation recommends nine hours of sleep for school children. ・It is suggested that changing the early starting hour of school will solve the problem of sleeping in class. ・A researcher says that depression is one of the biggest causes of lack of sleep. ・According to the National Institutes of Health, those who do not get enough sleep are more likely to develop serious illnesses. ・Experts say that you can do with less sleep if you stick to a strict sleep and wake-time routine.


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国立睡眠財団は学童は9時間の睡眠をとることを推奨している。学校が開始時間を変えて早くすることで、授業中の居眠りの問題を解決することも示唆している。研究員の1人は、憂鬱は睡眠不足の最たる原因の1つだと言う。国立保健研究機構によると、充分睡眠をとっていない人たちの方が重病にかかりやすいとしている。専門家は、もし寝起き時間の習慣を厳格に守るなら、睡眠時間が少なくてもやっていけると言っている。 以上、いかがでしょうか?


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★国立睡眠財団によると、通学児童には9時間睡眠が最適としている。 ★授業開始時間を早めることで、授業中の居眠りは解消されると提案している。 ★調査員によれば、景気の悪化が睡眠不足の主たる原因の一つであるとしている。 ★国立保険機構によると、慢性的に睡眠不足の人は重篤な疾患に罹り易いとしている。 ★専門家の知見によれば、規則正しい就寝、起床時間を遵守すれば、睡眠時間の節減が可能であるとしている。



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