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Volume 179, 20232023 6th International Conference on Humanities Education and Social Sciences (ICHESS 2023)
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|Human History and Intercultural Communication Research
|14 December 2023
Analysis of Factors Influencing the Sleep Duration Insufficient of Secondary School Students in Kunshan
Shanghai Guanghua Qidi School, Shanghai, China, 200082
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As growing sleep problems among secondary school students, this paper analyse the factors affecting the insufficient sleep time of secondary school students, with a view to providing clues for improving the insufficient sleep time of secondary school students. A total of 218 secondary school students in Kunshan were randomly selected to collect information on gender, school year, residence status, number of days of ≥60 min /d moderate-intensity exercise (d /w), and length of outdoor activities during the day (h /d); regression models were used to analyse the influencing factors of insufficient sleep time among the secondary school students. The rate of sleep deprivation among 218 secondary school students was 78.89%. It was found that female students had a higher risk of insufficient sleep than male students, high school students had a higher risk of insufficient sleep than junior high school students, and the number of days of moderate to high intensity and the amount of outdoor time during the daytime had a significant positive influence on the adequacy of sleep. Insufficient sleep is common among secondary school students in Kunshan, which should be taken seriously by families, schools and society, and relevant measures should be taken to improve the sleep time of secondary school students.
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