To create this article, people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has been viewed , times. Learn more Sometimes you just can't get it together and finish your homework. Maybe you had a concert or a game after school and you were too tired to think when you got home.
Too much homework can cause stress, depression and lower grades, studies suggest
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Even the chillest girl has the occasional morning where she just doesn't want to face the day. But if you're repeatedly feeling too freakin' drained to rip yourself from the covers a crazy combo of physical exhaustion and emotional NOOOOO! Ed, a behavioral health specialist at Cleveland Clinic's Wellness Institute. D, a psychologist in Santa Cruz, CA. And when you're experiencing that crap-night-of-sleep cycle on repeat?
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Patti Neighmond. Colleen Frainey, 16, of Tualatin, Ore. Toni Greaves for NPR hide caption. When high school junior Nora Huynh got her report card, she was devastated to see that she didn't get a perfect 4. Nora "had a total meltdown, cried for hours," her mother, Jennie Huynh of Alameda, Calif.
When the lesson is about to end and the teacher announces homework requirements, they might think that a three or four session stuck behind more books and writing after school has finished is going to further their education. But piling on the homework will not help children advance in school, in fact, it could well have the reverse effect entirely. The research clearly suggested that placing too much homework can cause lower grades and even lead pupils to begin suffering from depression. Can homework cause depression? Yes, if a pupil is inundated with too much homework their life balance is thrown out of all proportion.