Published: 14 Jun 2020 09: 58 PM BdST Updated: 15 Jun 2020 10: 05 AM BdST. Wake up, grab a cup of coffee, check your emails, take a fast shower, work, work, work, come home, jerk off, sleep and repeat. Chronic sleep deprivation is a common, treatable condition among adolescents.
With regard to the relationship between problematic Internet (https://foodprocessingtechasia.com/content/uploads/files/download/among-the-sleep-crack-internet.zip) use, depressive symptoms and sleep disturbance, the current study found that problematic Internet use was positively associated with the level of depressive symptoms and sleep disturbance, as indicated by bivariate analyses, which supported our first prediction. The total scores on the Internet addiction test were correlated strongly with both the depressive symptom scores and sleep disturbance. Additionally, depressive symptoms were highly associated with sleep disturbance. A prior study showed that moderate/high Internet addiction might be applied to deal with depressive symptoms, but excessive Internet use could lead to further depressive symptoms . Depressive adolescents also suffer more easily from problematic Internet use . In addition, students with problematic Internet use may hide their vulnerable and negative feelings, such as depression, to escape from the negative or stressful events caused by excessive Internet use . In the same way, previous reports indicate that Internet addiction has a close association with sleep disturbance [15,44]. Their results show that the prevalence of sleep problems is higher among Internet-addicted students, and excessive Internet use could affect our health indirectly through lack of sleep. The relation between depression and sleep disturbance is consistent with previous studies findings that depression is the main factor affecting sleep, and insomnia could increase the risk of depression and also reflect the depressive symptoms [21,44].