Teen sleep better at night
By: Kevin Asp on June 23rd, Sleep Medicine. Few Americans these days get the hours of sleep optimal for their age, but experts agree that teenagers are more likely to fall short than anyone else. But according to a study from most teens don't get enough shut eye. Without a doubt, the plenthora of backlit personal electronics hasn't been helping teens get better sleep either. A study in Fairfax, Va.
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Sleep Problems in Teens
Eight Teen Sleep Tips You Haven't Heard Before
There are lots of reasons for this: excessive homework, too early school start times, and the intrusion of the internet into the bedroom. Young people naturally want to sleep from midnight to 9 AM— if school started at 10 AM, teens would be a lot healthier and happier. In a perfect world, the best way to ensure that teenagers get enough sleep is to work in your community is to start school later and I encourage you, dear reader, to contact your school superintendent right now and ask him or her why school starts so early in your town. But change takes a long time— and you may be a desperate, exhausted junior right now.
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Sleep and Teens
Teens are so full of potential, so full of life, so Research shows that most teens do not get the sleep that they need on a daily basis. Each person has their own need for sleep. This need may vary from one person to another. Teens are at an important stage of their growth and development.
Sleep is food for the brain. During sleep, important body functions and brain activity occur. Skipping sleep can be harmful — even deadly, particularly if you are behind the wheel. You can look bad, you may feel moody, and you perform poorly.