Teenagers should steer clear of prolonged video gaming if they want a good night’s sleep.
Teenagers who use an iPad for an hour before bed are still likely to get a good night’s sleep.
Sleeping tablets are “counter-productive” and offer no real benefit in treating insomnia, Flinders University sleep expert Leon Lack says.
Restricting the amount of time a child spends in bed could lower levels of sleep-related stress and anxiety.
Sleep Well, Live Better is a book that aims to help up to two million Australians who have problems with getting to sleep or staying asleep through the night.
It’s not just Australians who stay glued to electronic devices until bedtime – the Americans are at it too, according to Flinders psychologist Dr Michael Gradisar.
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