High Schools Testing Sleep Pods Where Students Can Nap

 

Some high schools in New Mexico are testing out having sleep pods where sleep-deprived students can catch a nap, with research showing that a majority of teens aren't getting eight hours of sleep a night, which is actually below the nine to 10 hours the National Institutes of Health recommends for them. The goal of the sleeping pods, where students can take 20-minute naps between classes, is to hopefully have students be more refreshed and better able to focus in class. The pods are being paid for through mental health grants from the state. 

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