TRUMBULL — No just one would argue that babies want sleep, reported Marty Isaac. But when it will come to young people, there are far much less terms about how they, as well, need sufficient relaxation.
“Adolescents are residing in a condition of severe and persistent snooze debt,” said Isaac, a Trumbull Board of Finance member, during Tuesday night’s Board of Training conference. “No one queries the benefit of rest for babies and youthful kids but teenagers’ brains and bodies are switching and rising just as substantially as they did in their earliest decades.”
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