Loss of sleep could pose serious problems for teens

Are you teenage children getting enough sleep? If not, it could have long-term consequences, according to a study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

“One possible implication of our study is that if you lose too much sleep during adolescence, especially chronically, there may be lasting consequences in terms of the wiring of the brain,” explained Dr. Chiara Cirelli, associate professor in the department of psychiatry at the School of Medicine and Public Health.

Between school pressures and physical changes, teenagers need more sleep than anyone. Yet stress and a busy schedule can seriously inhibit sound sleep. Help your teenager get the sleep he needs with CalMax Sleep, available at Dr. Newton’s Naturals.

The study suggests that when the sleep cycle is broken, “there is a massive remodeling of nerve circuits, with many new synapses formed and then eliminated,” according to Cirelli. “It could be that the changes are benign, temporary and reversible, or there could be lasting consequences for brain maturation and functioning.”

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