There's plenty of blame to go around for the mood swings of teenagers, but let's be fair: a lot of it isn't their fault, it's due to sleep deprivation.
Sleep deprivation after baby is born is common, but can be a serious problem for new parents and mental health. Anxiety, postpartum depression, mood swings, even drowsy driving and child abuse can come from chronic lost sleep for both new mothers and new fathers.
Without sleep, we can struggle with memory and learning, mood stability, executive function, and mental processing. These podcasts and videos capture the strange landscape of the brain and mind under the influence of sleep deprivation. [...]
Start with sleep health if you want to improve your mental health. [...]
The month of April opens with our brand-new theme: The 4Ms and [...]
Yes, we can be "born this way." In fact, if you were a night owl as a teen, you can expect your kids to be night owls, too (and the same holds true for morning larks or other chronotypes). So try not to be too hard on them! [...]
It’s kind of funny to compare grouchy people to the iconic Oscar character from Sesame Street. Funny… until you realize that people who are grouchy may be [...]
SHC is just the messenger… …but keep in mind, this curation resource is not without its biases, and any public figure known for “waging a war on [...]
Image: "Anxiety" © 2016 Azzah B.A. Licensed under CC-BY. [...]