How much sleep your child really needs, by age group
|Age||Recommended hours of sleep||Hours that may be appropriate|
|1-2 years||11 to 14||9 to 10, 15 to 16|
|3-5 years||10 to 13||8 to 9, 14|
|6-13 years||9 to 11||7 to 8, 12|
|14-17 years||8 to 10||7, 11|
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How much sleep does a 14 year old need?
How Much Sleep Do Babies and Kids Need?
|Age||Recommended||May be appropriate|
|Preschoolers 3-5 years||10 to 13 hours||8 to 9 hours 14 hours|
|School-aged Children 6-13 years||9 to 11 hours||7 to 8 hours 12 hours|
|Teenagers 14-17 years||8 to 10 hours||7 hours 11 hours|
|Young Adults 18-25 years||7 to 9 hours||6 hours 10 to 11 hours|
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What time should a teenager go to bed?
Biological sleep patterns shift toward later times for both sleeping and waking during adolescence — meaning it is natural to not be able to fall asleep before 11:00 pm. Teens need about 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night to function best.
What time should kids go to bed?
Most children from about 21 to 36 months of age still need one nap a day, which may range from one to three and a half hours long. They typically go to bed between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and wake up between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Is 6 hours of sleep enough for a 14 year old?
For those who wonder, “is 6 hours of sleep enough?”, the answer to this is it depends. Although some people do well on 6 hours of sleep, many of them do not feel any better compared to those getting up to 8 hours of rest.