We all have feelings of anxiety, fear and worry sometimes. These can be normal responses to specific situations and are often considered healthy emotions. However, when a person regularly feels disproportional anxiety, it might become a medical disorder. This can interfere with daily routine and cause sleep problems.
The recent studies help scientists to better understand the importance of sleep during childhood and adolescence years. The deprivation of sleep in modern society is having a catastrophic impact on health, wellness, even the safety and education of teens and children.