Perceived Sleepiness, Sleep Habits and Sleep Concerns of Public School Teachers, Administrators and other Personnel

@article{Amschler2010PerceivedSS,
  title={Perceived Sleepiness, Sleep Habits and Sleep Concerns of Public School Teachers, Administrators and other Personnel},
  author={Denise H. Amschler and James F. Mckenzie},
  journal={American Journal of Health Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={41},
  pages={102 - 109}
}
Abstract Background: Sleep deprivation is a world-wide health concern. [...] Key Method Results: Almost 25% of teachers reported daily activities were impaired by sleepiness and 43% slept an average of six hours or less per night. Female respondents reported significantly poorer sleep. Overall, school employees experienced more sleep problems than reported by the general U.S. population. Discussion: This study confirmed the existence of sleep deprivation among school personnel. Sleepy teachers are at higher…Expand
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