COVID-19 restrictions have our routines out of whack but if there’s one thing you really need to keep on track it’s your sleep.
A Queensland study of adolescent brain development has shown that a good night's sleep could be integral to improving mental health in this age bracket.
Teenagers need at least 9 hours sleep per night in order to deal with their rapid growth, studies and social pressures. We give you examples of sleep deprivation symptoms and offer some ways to implement a nightly wind-down ritual.
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