Sleep is vital for injury prevention
Adolescents and sleep. That old issue, huh? In adolescence, kids like to go to sleep later and sleep later in the morning, but they have to get up early enough to conform with school timetables. It has ever been thus. Hormonal changes that also affect the sleep wake cycle turn our kids into night owls who actually need more sleep than they did in primary school to cope with the extraordinary growth and change that occurs in their bodies and brains.
We know that if we don’t get enough sleep we can’t learn as well – both academically and in a sports skill development sense, but did you know that we also don’t repair and heal as well?
A study published a couple of years ago found that less than 7 hours sleep per night was associated with almost a doubling in sports injury risk compared to those teens getting more than 8 hours sleep per night.
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Share this information with your young sports star!