Duration Of Sleep Affects The Body Of A Teenager. Part 3 of 3

Duration Of Sleep Affects The Body Of A Teenager – Part 3 of 3

And “Being healthy is not only getting regular action and eating right, but also trying to get the appropriate amount of sleep,” said Dr Rubin Cooper, chief of pediatric cardiology at Cohen Children’s Medical Center, in New Hyde Park, NY To advance better sleep, “start a bedtime routine that helps your children wind down before bed and limit texting or social media at night. Keep a similar schedule on weekdays and weekends”. Other be in the arms of Morpheus hygiene tips include avoiding caffeine before bedtime.

These measures may be even more important among kids who are overweight and obese. “If you have kids who are staying up late and getting up ancient on top of obesity and sleep apnea, it is the perfect storm. But exactly how big of a difference better sleep would make in this scenario is unknown. Although the study found an association between kids getting less sleep and a slight advance in blood pressure, it did not establish a cause-and-effect relationship. The bottom line is that “sleep isn’t optional for adolescents,” said Dr Metee Comkornruecha, an adolescent medicine specialist at Miami Children’s Hospital.

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