Understanding Teen Zombies
Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 17 October 2012 7:59 AM
The Wall Street Journal explains a teen’s “zombie body clock” in this morning’s paper. Researchers have long known that dramatic changes happen to a person’s internal clock as they hit puberty. But now they are drawing connections between “teenage zombie syndrome” and behavior normally chalked up to just “being a teenager.” A lack of sleep can cause more risk-taking behavior, less self-control and a rise in depression.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
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