Links in teen sleep and depression

A mere 30 minutes extra sleep a day can make all the difference to a teenager’s lifelong mental health and wellbeing. A new international study of […]

Negative thinking disturbs teen sleep

Nagging negative thoughts – and striving for perfection – keep teenagers awake at night, raising their chance of becoming depressed and anxious, a new study shows. […]

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Youth wellbeing benefits from sleep research

Healthy sleep is widely recognised as important for young people’s wellbeing. Now Flinders University Professor of Clinical Child Psychology Michael Gradisar and his team have collaborated with […]

Better sleep tips for children and families

Anxiety over childhood sleep problems affect everyone in a family unit – parents, siblings and the child enduring sleep issues. Flinders University research-supported techniques have come […]