Ann Trujillo Pin 2. This pin is relevant because both the chapter and this pin mention sleep patterns of adolescences and the amount of sleep they need. At ages 12-25 people are at a higher risk for problems with sleepiness. Sleep in an important part of growing up and maturing healthy both mentally and physically.
Suddenly blank out on your phone number? Accidentally run a red light? Irritable? Depressed? Overeating? Lazy and lethargic? Chances are that you’re not getting enough sleep and the National Sleep Foundation is here to help. In light of its 25th anniversary, the foundation has updated the most pop
Sleep chart by age ----great baby sleep schedule information including detail on # of day naps, daytime nap duration, and bedtime. Total sleep lines up with new guidelines from National Sleep Foundation.