A recent study has shown that adolescents who suffer from sleep apnea and other sleep disorders increase their risk of academic failure (http://www.healthcanal.com/disorders-conditions/sleep/55397-lack-of-sleep-increases-risk-of-failure-in-school.html). What parent doesn’t want their child to be more successful? If he or she is not getting proper sleep, their brain is also not getting the proper amount of oxygen to function normally and at a high level. No matter what your child is learning or doing to improve themselves for success, if the brain is not at its peak condition, it will not be as effective. Did you know that the study showed nearly 1 in 3 adolescents reporting regular sleep problems? That is a high probability of having a sleep issue.
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