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Teens who received A’s averaged about fifteen more minutes sleep than the B students, who in turn averaged fifteen more minutes than the C’s, and so on.
Sleep expert Daniel Kripke reviews the research and says 8 hours is not necessarily best for all
teens have quietly repurposed the photo-sharing app into a barometer for popularity, friendship status and self-worth.
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.
How to Make Yourself Go to Sleep on Time. Getting enough sleep can be a difficult feat to accomplish in today’s world. Getting through the day tired and de-energized
About the journal. SLEEP, the official journal of the Sleep Research Society (SRS), is the benchmark international journal for sleep and circadian science.
Useful site. The Council was established in 1978, the Better Sleep Council (BSC) is a nonprofit organization supported by the mattress industry that is devoted to
Can My Teen Get to Sleep on Time? It’s not “mission impossible,” but let’s face it, it’s not easy either. Your teen’s inner clock pushes her to go to bed late at
Experts say this is the first study that shows a direct link between teens’ screen time and mental health