Teens need about 8-1/2 to more than 9 hours of sleep each night. But you might not be getting it. Here’s why – and tips for getting more shut-eye.
Sleep disorders happen in every age group — to infants, teens, and the elderly. Not sleeping well can make you feel exhausted when you need to be alert. Have you
The biological clock or circadian rhythms (from the Latin words “circa” and “dies,” or “around day”) of smaller ren don’t show the same delays.
O ne important brain change that occurs in the teen brain is how sleep patterns are modified after . Sleep patterns change during cence because the brain
With many teens occupying bedrooms equipped to the rafters with technology, s are getting less sleep than ever, according to the results of a 2006 poll by the
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rhythm (sort of like an internal biological clock) is reset, telling a teen to fall asleep later at night and wake up later in the morning. This change in the
Is your teen sleep deprived? Most are. Here’s why and how to help teens get enough sleep.
Mar 01, 2010 · Scientists used to think teenage brains are just like those of adults — with fewer miles on them. But they’re not. Teens’ brains are developmentally