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Sleep deprivation is one of the common problems that teenagers face. Teenagers have to meet the demands of school, sports, extracurricular activities, homework and after school jobs. They need to sleep more than the adults. According to medical researchers, teenagers should sleep for at least 8 to 10 hours. During puberty their body and mind undergoes numerous physical and emotional changes.
… of rollover accidents and collisions that leading to serious and often fatal injuries. In short, speeding is responsible for a high percentage of car accident fatalities. Unfortunately, teens are the group that is most susceptible to getting injured or killed in speeding related car accidents. Teen drivers have limited driving experience…