Teens typically don’t get enough healthy sleep. In today’s culture, it’s common for teens to skimp on sleep because of their overloaded schedules and time spent on digital devices. And for some teens, sleep can be a natural challenge despite how early they try to get to bed. For all teens, lack of healthy sleep can put a kink in the body’s overall well-being. Dr. Gary Feldman explains why healthy sleep and sleep habits benefit teens and the entire family.
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Dr. Gary Feldman, medical director, Stramski Children’s Developmental Center, Miller Children's & Women's