Research has shown that sleeping late and getting up late is beneficial for teenagers. It not only makes teenagers more alert during class but also improves their overall wellbeing. As a child enters the teenage years, pubertal hormones shift the body clock by 1-2 hours.Author: Madhavi Deshpande.
How to Get Teens to Get Enough Sleep. By Amanda MacMillan. From the WebMD Archives. It may seem like your teen is wired to stay up late every night and, in fact, that's partially true. But you Author: Amanda Macmillan.
Mar 30, 2017 · Up late at night and up early during the school week, many teens sleep late on weekends, as a way to recover from the sleep debt they’ve accrued. But sleeping late on weekends only reinforces and enhances the delay in their bio clock, and makes it more difficult for them to fall asleep at a reasonable hour during the week.Author: Dr. Michael Breus.
Jan 11, 2018 · The biological reason why it’s so hard for teenagers to wake up early for school wake up later and get up to eight or nine hours of sleep. As it stands, many teenagers are losing two to Author: Paul Kelley.