The average teen needs about 9 hours of sleep a night, but most dont get it. According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), lack of sleep is linked to depressive mood symptoms in teens. It can also hurt academic performance in the classroom and physical performance in sports.
Teens should have enough energy to get through the day without relying on caffeine. If they don't, they need more sleep, not an artificial buzz. If they don't, they need more sleep
In sleep studies, researchers found that more than 15 million kids and teens get poor sleep. The teens who got poor sleep were more likely to have family fights and bad headaches. The teens who got poor sleep were more