It's Back to School...Let's Talk About Sleep!

Enjoying the early mornings of school days yet? Yaaawn.... Now that we are back into the school routine, let’s focus on the massive circadian shift needed for teens to readjust to the early morning school demands after a long summer of late nights and sleeping in. As we know, adolescents’ circadian clocks are shifted ahead from other developmental stages. Their brains naturally want to stay up and sleep later. However, indulging in their very nature all summer poses great challenges for them (and those of us who support them) when the school schedule rolls back around. Continuing to stay up late shortens the amount of sleep they get before they (or a parent) drag themselves out of bed for



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