Although getting enough sleep is an important part of a child’s health and well-being, there are times to worry and times to be reassured.
Five easy ways to help your teen get a good night’s sleep.
Establishing a solid bedtime routine before the transition is the most important activity to help your child adapt to the change.
Many high schools start classes around 7:30 am, while most teenagers fall asleep around 11 pm, leading to a lack of sleep.
Here are a few ways that sleep deprivation and inadequate timing of sleep can affect your teen’s overall well-being.