It's hard for Zachary Lane to wake up in time for school every day.
"I have four alarms set and it still takes me a long time to wake me up," says Lane, a 17-year-old high school junior in Zionsville, Ind.
He says he regularly gets detention for being tardy. "I get to school and I'm talked to like I'm attempting to skip school — like I'm attempting to be truant," he says. "I feel terrible. It's awful."
And when Lane does make it to class on time, he has a hard time focusing.
"I feel kind of like lagging behind myself," he says. "I don't feel totally there."