Assessment of School Fatigue, Leisure Time and Social Relationships in a Group of Teenagers From Two High Schools in Suceava

Adriana Albu, Arina Bădăluță, Florin Dima

Abstract


School programs are frequently too demanding, so there is a good chance of school failure and chronic fatigue. The study was carried out on a group of 211 students from two high schools in the city of Suceava. A questionnaire was used that attempted to quantify school fatigue, passive and active leisure time, and social relationships. Fatigue occurs as a result of exceeding the body's exercise capacity. The situation is difficult for teenagers who have to adapt to school demands but who are also vulnerable to excessive levels of effort. Passive rest is done through night and daytime sleep. Numerous daily activities are commonly associated with reduced hours of sleep. There are situations where relaxing activities such as watching television programs and using the computer can become tiring. A long time spent on the computer can be associated with restricting social relationships, a phenomenon that must be evaluated more closely. Such studies are essential for maintaining student wellbeing and for ensuring proper school performance.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijce.v1i2.3706

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International Journal of Contemporary Education

ISSN 2575-3177 (Print)   ISSN 2575-3185 (Online)

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