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Delayed sleep phase syndrome

Parents often blame teenagers' busy schedule of activities for their grogginess and difficulty waking up in the morning. This does play a role. But the problem is also partly biological. One study indicated that some adolescents might have delayed sleep phase syndrome, where they are not sleepy until well after the usual bedtime and cannot wake at the time required for school. …

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