Trying to get a teenager to go to bed when they’re watching something on TV, or are fully engrossed in a computer game, can be a difficult thing to do. Many teenagers don’t see the importance of going to bed at a set time or before it gets dark outside. It’s vital to instill a good sleep routine at an early age as it can affect the way they see sleeping routines as they get older. If they don’t feel that a sleeping pattern is important, then this is the message they might feed down to their own kids in the future. Here are some ways to make sure your teenager gets enough sleep.
1. Things on Their Mind
Communicating with your teenager to see if they have anything on their mind that might be preventing them from wanting to go to sleep could be one of the first things to consider.