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Volume 6 - Issue 4, April 2023 Edition
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educational management, poor sleep, senior high school, learners, Philippines
This study aimed to determine the factors of poor sleep experience among Senior High School learners of General Santos City National High School, Calumpang, General Santos City enrolled during school year 2021-2022 as basis for intervention program. This study employed a cross-sectional approach with 120 participants from grade 11 to grade 12 students. Data gathered were treated using frequency counts and percentage. Based on the result, majority of the respondents who experienced poor sleep were 16 years old, male, having 4 hours of sleep a day and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMMS) students. Findings revealed that the common factors affecting poor sleep are: in terms of sleep disorder, they resist going to bed even when they are sleepy, and in terms of illness, they cannot sleep because of headache, and in terms of stress, they play computer games until dawn. Nevertheless, age, sex, sleeping hours, and academic stand or track affect the sleeping experience of learners.
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