Tag Archives: national sleep foundation

Why Teenagers Spend Sleepless Nights on Bed?

Every house and every teenager is prone to spending more sleepless nights unaware of the fact that they mobile phones are to be blamed for the new phenomenon. Research has shown that short-wavelength blue light may disrupt the production of melatonin, a hormone that helps us go to sleep. More so when you have devices like the iPhone, iPad and ...

Read More »

How much sleep do children really need?

After due diligence over the health consequences of too much sleep or too little sleep, a panel of experts formed by the US National Sleep Foundation has made new age-based recommendations on how much sleep people need. While newborns require up to three months 14 to 17 hours of sleep each day, infants from four to eleven months should get ...

Read More »