Clock, Drinking, and Fall: SLEEP
 TIPS FROM
 NYACK HOSPITAL
 AND TEENS
 A Good Night's Sleep Has a Great Effect on Your Teen's Health
 28%
 90
 HOURS
 the average amount of sleep
 a teen needs each night.
 of teens fall asleep
 at school once a
 week or more.
 of teens arrive late for
 school at least once a
 week or more
 WHY SIEEP IS IMPORTANT
 COMMON SIEEP DISORDERS IN TEENS
 4
 Zzz's Can Lead to A's
 Sleep helps your ability to listen, concentrate,
 remember, learn, and solve problems.
 Sleep Deprivation
 A disorder resulting from early school start times, long
 homework hours and extracurricular activities creating
 busy schedules and not enough time for sleep.
 Good Mood
 Lack of sleep can lead to moodiness,
 irritability, and depression.
 Inadequate Sleep Hygiene
 Poor sleep habits which include using electronics
 at bedtime, eating late/drinking caffeine,
 and not keeping a regular sleep schedule.
 Keeps You Physically Healthy
 Sleep allows your body to repair itself.
 Lack of sleep can lead to a poor complexion,
 and increase your obesity risk.
 Circadian Rhythm Disorder
 (Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome) A disorder in which there is a
 continuous or occasional disruption of sleep patterns caused by
 changes in a teen's biological clock as they ao through puberty
 TIPS FOR BETTER SLEED
 Establish a bedtime routine.
 Keep the bedroom cool, dark, and quiet.
 Don't eat, drink, or exercise before bed
 MOST IMPORTANTLY: Turn off all electronic devices.
 The body produces melatonin at night to induce sleep. Bright lights from electronic
 devices signal the brain to suppress melatonin production, causing sleep problems.
 X
 Sources: Dr. Anita Bhola, Nyack Hospital; National Sleep Foundation, sleepfoundation.org; WebMD.com; Medical News Today, medicalnewstoday.com
 Nyack Hospital. We're your neighbors. We're your hospital
 845.348.2000 nyackhospital.org/teensleep
 160 North Midland Avenue, Nyack, NY 10960
 Nyack
 Hospital

SLEEP TIPS FROM NYACK HOSPITAL AND TEENS A Good Night's Sleep Has a Great Effect on Your Teen's Health 28% 90 HOURS the average amount of sleep a teen needs each night of teens fall asleep at school once a week or more of teens arrive late for school at least once a week or more WHY SIEEP IS IMPORTANT COMMON SIEEP DISORDERS IN TEENS 4 Zzz's Can Lead to A's Sleep helps your ability to listen concentrate remember learn and solve problems Sleep Deprivation A disorder resulting from early school start times long homework hours and extracurricular activities creating busy schedules and not enough time for sleep Good Mood Lack of sleep can lead to moodiness irritability and depression Inadequate Sleep Hygiene Poor sleep habits which include using electronics at bedtime eating latedrinking caffeine and not keeping a regular sleep schedule Keeps You Physically Healthy Sleep allows your body to repair itself Lack of sleep can lead to a poor complexion and increase your obesity risk Circadian Rhythm Disorder Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome A disorder in which there is a continuous or occasional disruption of sleep patterns caused by changes in a teen's biological clock as they ao through puberty TIPS FOR BETTER SLEED Establish a bedtime routine Keep the bedroom cool dark and quiet Don't eat drink or exercise before bed MOST IMPORTANTLY Turn off all electronic devices The body produces melatonin at night to induce sleep Bright lights from electronic devices signal the brain to suppress melatonin production causing sleep problems X Sources Dr Anita Bhola Nyack Hospital National Sleep Foundation sleepfoundationorg WebMDcom Medical News Today medicalnewstodaycom Nyack Hospital We're your neighbors We're your hospital 8453482000 nyackhospitalorgteensleep 160 North Midland Avenue Nyack NY 10960 Nyack Hospital Meme

found ON 2019-02-22 14:53:32 BY ME.ME

source: reddit