Proper sleep for teenagers is extremely important for proper growth. Learn about the proper amounts of sleep at National Sleep Foundation.
Johns Hopkins experts share how much sleep is enough — and practical ways to guard against sleep deprivation in teens.
Sleep patterns change in the teenage years, but your teenage child still needs plenty of good-quality sleep for health, memory and energy. Here's how to help.
Sleep research suggests that teenagers need between eight and 10 hours of sleep every night.