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Causes Of Sleeping Disorder In Teens

Causes Of Sleeping Disorder In Teens
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Here we list some common causes of teen sleep disorders:
1. Hormonal Time Shift:
Sometimes, certain puberty hormones modify your teen’s sleep cycle by an hour or two and can lead to oversleeping for one or two hours. However, early morning classes or school affects her sleep and can cause chronic sleep deprivation.
2. Hectic After-School Activities:
Various after-school activities, such as sports, part-time work, homework, and social commitments, cut down a teen’s sleeping time and often lead to sleep disorder.
3. Leisure Activities:
Spending time at night watching television, surfing the web, playing computer games, and chatting can keep her awake for hours. Various leisure activities can hamper a teen’s sleep substantially.
4. Light Exposure:
Light ray cues the human brain to be awake. At night, lights from television, computers, laptops, and mobile devices prevent sufficient production of melatonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain, which handles sleep.
5. Sleep Problems:
Certain sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, can adversely affect your teen’s sleep.
Symptoms Of Sleep Disorders In Teens:
What are the signs of sleep disorders in teens? Here is a list of teenage sleep problems.
1. Difficulty to have sound sleep at night or difficulty to sleep again after waking up during the night.
2. Light, fragmented sleep.
3. Fatigue during the daytime.
4. Feeling sleepy during the day.
5. Irritability during the day.
6. Difficulty to stay awake while reading or watching television.
7. Difficulty to concentrate.
8. Facing trouble to control emotions.
9. Having a nap several times daily.
10. The need of caffeinated beverages to keep yourself awake.


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