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Sleep Quality And Psychological Well-being Of Boarding Secondary School Students In Uganda
There are increasing numbers of secondary school students in Uganda suffering from poor sleep quality and psychological wellbeing problems.There have been many complaints from students and teachers about boarding secondary students sleeping and others dozing in class when lessons are going on. Increased competition for academic excellence has caused most boarding secondary schools in Uganda to have school schedule requirements which necessitate students to study the whole day, partly at night and very early in the morning. These tendencies appear to be affecting sleep quality adversely thereby influencing psychological wellbeing and the resulting standards of academic performance.
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