Kids, teens and young adults all over the country and starting to head back to school, which means their summer vacation is over.
All parents know that it is usually difficult to get your kids to get up in the morning. Some have to resort to turning lights on, slamming doors, pouring ice water on their heads.
The typical teenager needs to have nine hours of sleep per night. But with this day and age with TV and internet, they never get to sleep on time.
USA Today recently had an article about how to get your teenager up in the morning. They suggest keeping a log of their sleep habits, not letting them sleep past 10 am on the weekends, using a light box with their alarm in the morning.
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