Of sleep teen moods
When I was in high school, my parents were pretty strict about bedtime — if I was awake later than midnight, I'd get in trouble. I was angry because I wanted to stay up all night chatting with my friends on AOL Instant Messenger, but it turns out mom and dad may have been right all along — new research says adolescents who don't get enough sleep are at a higher risk for certain mental health conditions. According to a study from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, sleep deprivation can cause mood disorders, including anxiety, in teens. The researchers brought 35 pre-teens and teenagers to a sleep laboratory for two nights and divided them into two groups.
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Back to Moodzone. Teenagers' behaviour can be baffling, stressful, hurtful and often worrying. But in most cases it doesn't mean that there is anything more serious going on than the natural process of becoming an adult. Many of the common behaviour issues that parents find hard are an essential part of puberty and growing up. Surges of hormones, combined with body changes, struggling to find an identity, pressures from friends and a developing sense of independence, mean the teenage years are a confusing time for your child. It can mean that they, for example, become aloof, want more time alone or with friends, feel misunderstood, reject your attempts to talk or show affection, or appear sullen and moody.
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The findings contribute to a growing body of research on the subject and echo those of previous studies conducted in the last 14 years suggesting the benefits of delayed school start for teens. Yet, as Kyla Wahlstrom of the Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement points out in an accompanying editorial, accumulating evidence about the benefit of delayed start times is only one piece of the puzzle in actually implementing later school day starts for teens. The study included high school students at St. The researchers found that even this relatively small delay was associated with a broad range of benefits.
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