Got a sulky teenager? Let them have a lie-in: An extra hour in bed makes them ‘less likely to feel nervous, tense and worry about exams’

If you have a sulky teenager at home, the answer might be to allow them a lie-in.

Teenagers are less likely to feel unhappy and worry if they get just an hour more sleep in the morning.

An extra hour in bed makes adolescents 25 per cent less likely to feel very nervous and tense and about a third less likely to worry about things, a study has found.

It cuts their chances of often feeling unhappy, sad or depressed by eight per cent and reduces the odds of frequently feeling hopeless about the future.

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