Teenagers who go to bed late during the school year are more prone to academic and emotional difficulties in the long run, compared to teens who’re in bed earlier, according to a new study from University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley).
Sleep supposedly refreshes and recharges our exhausted bodies. Holidays likewise have the same effect. Why then, after a long summer holiday, are teachers and parents seeing many teenagers returning to school in an exhausted and sleep deprived state? Why, also, do they seem, paradoxically, to be most sleepy first thing in the mornings, and over […]
What if some of those children who’ve been diagnosed with ADHD are, in fact, suffering from another disorder altogether – chronic sleep deprivation?
Author – Ginni Seton, Manager SleepShack Children and adults are affected by lack of sleep, but while a tired adult may look sleepy and move slowly, sleep deprived kids conversely look like they’re bursting with energy. However due to their ongoing growth and development sleep (like food), is vital for children.