Teenagers trouble waking morning daily post india news. In the past, studies had shown that teenagers who get up in the night to check messages on social media are more likely to feel constantly tired at school than others.A lot of research has been done on the role of sleep for teenagers. Now, a new study says that teenagers have naturally delayed sleep rhythms which cause them to wake up late. They suggested that delaying school start times could help minimise health risks among students.A subsequent study showed that lack of sleep or going to bed late can affect the brains of growing teenagers. One of the major reasons for sleeping troubles among teenagers could be loneliness, sources said. The greatest difference in chronotypes is during adolescence and early adulthood. Chronotypes become later during adolescence, peaking in lateness at about age 19. The average chronotype, or mid-point of sleep, at age 17-18 was 4:30 am, compared to 3:00 am at age 60.
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