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Nap times and Teenage Depression is concerns in adolescent population. The symptoms of depression include  lack of energy, and fatigue. Teens  usually have a noticeable changes in their behavior and daily activities is lesson.   For many teens depressive thoughts  and symptoms will appear before the sleep disruption. While others will start showing signs of suffering from clinical depression as part of  sleeplessness.

Nap Times again

Depression and Nap times

Depressive disorder  and sleep problems share common biological factors. The two conditions often respond to the same treatment strategies and, if left untreated, can lead to a variety of further health problems. Insomnia is a very common symptom among patients, diagnosed with depression. Teens, suffering from insomnia, have a tenfold risk of developing depression. Inability to sleep  does not always mean your child is suffering. A variety of factors, one of which is peer pressure, can account for your teen’s lack of sleep.  Problems with nap times can also be  other psychological conditions. If you notice that your child is facing difficulties napping. Best to check  with your Primary Care Doctor.

Nap times and Teens

Excessive may mean that your child doesn’t have a regular nighttime nap sleep pattern  essential for your  youth health. Inadequate sleep lead to increased irritability. Lacking can cause  issues in adolescence. Asleep in the daytime is becoming more and more common among teenagers.  You can help your child to cope with  daily life by supporting them.   If your teen start  complaining ” I’m Just Tired”  pay close attention.  How often they are half a sleep and hard to wake. Students thats dead to the world and  out cold during class. Need  attention from their teachers. If nap times affect grades in school this is a sign your child is struggling. To keep up. You can make sure your child is getting rest. This will  help them in the long-run!