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TUESDAY, Sept. 8, 2015 (HealthDay News) Teens lose much-needed sleep after the time change in spring, raising concerns about their driving safety, a new study shows. Our study collected car crash data from the three states’ departments of public safety. We examined crash data for September through May for teens in the schools before and after the time change was initiated.
After the change to a later start time, the number of car crashes in the five districts studied decreased by 13%. “The time change has been known to leave many of us feeling fatigued, which can pose some safety risks at home and at the office. On the other hand, the time change can be a natural reminder of a few things we can do to make our lives safer,” says Kathy Konicki, Nationwide safety director. The time change can cause disruptions while our mind and body adapt to the new time and that disruption can extend to our driving. Safe Teen Driving Blog – Providing a solid base for teen drivers by improving behavior, attitude, skills and experience.
A 2015 study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that teens lost significant sleep after the spring time change, and showed increased sleepiness, delayed reaction time, and more lapses. Whether we like it or not, digital devices are everywhere. Some of us can barely put them down, even when we’re with cherished family and friends.
While these devices can enhance learning and build community, they can also interfere with everything from sleep to creativity. Pediatrician Michael Rich, wants to understand how—and help children and parents manage their online behavior in this. Societal Influences on Adolescents and Young Adults.
Environmental factors contribute to the health of adolescents. Adolescent behaviors are influenced at the individual, peer, family, school, community, and societal levels. 8 Because many sectors of society contribute to adolescent health, safety, and well-being, a collaborative effort that engages multiple partners is necessary.
Physical activity can help older people maintain independence, recover from illness and reduce their risk of disease Physical activity for women. If you can’t make the time to exercise for yourself, do it for your family Physical activity learn how to swim (video) Swimming. Fatigue at Work, on the Road Can be Deadly. Daylight Saving Time begins every year on the second Sunday in March, which in 2019 was March 10.
We “lose” an hour when the clocks are set forward (except in Hawaii and most of Arizona), and for many that means a tired couple of days as our bodies adjust. Many teens may try to use their driving time to eat their morning breakfast or drink coffee, to apply makeup, or to change the radio station. Many teens are distracted by the addition of passengers in the vehicle. Any distraction is a dangerous distraction.
Taking eyes off the road even for five seconds could cost a life.
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