Poor sleeping patterns in teenagers could be an early warning sign for alcohol problems and drug use suggests research.
Scientists in the US have advised that parents should pay closer attention to teenagers’ sleeping schedule as those with bad habits were more likely to engage in risky behavior later on in life.
Writing in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, scientists analysed data from more than 6,500 adolescents in the United States.
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