Wordless Wednesday: What our teens risk for early bell times It's not a matter of teens being lazy or rebellious when they ask for more sleep. Posted on August 16, 2017 by sleepyheadcentral in Circadian Rhythms & Sleep Disorders, Drowsy Driving, Sleep, Sleep Deprivation, Teens & Sleep // 0 Comments View SHC on FB’s profile on FacebookView @sleepyheadctrl’s profile on TwitterView sleepyheadcent’s profile on Pinterest Increased risk for depression, substance abuse, and physical injury are just three concerns for teens who don’t get enough sleep. Share widely:TweetPocketEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Share widely:TweetPocketEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related back to schoolcircadiancircadian rhythmdelayed sleep phasedelayed sleep phase syndromedelayed sleep-wake phase disorderdriver fatiguedriving while drowsydriving while impaireddrowsy driverDrowsy Drivingdrowsy driving awarenessimpaired drivingkidskids and sleepSleepsleepy teenagersStart School Laterteen sleepteensteens and sleepteensneedsleepwordless wednesday SUBSCRIBE NOWATTENTION CONTENT CREATORSSHC is not accepting pitches, manuscripts, or queries at this time for guest posts, infographics, or other unsolicited content. All guest posts are by invitation only. Writers' guidelines for the Vitamin Zzz literary series can be found here.