Sleep

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Sleep is one of the most important 'fuels' our body needs. Dr. Lynn Clark, executive director of the Children's Coalition of Northeast Louisiana, says that engaging with teens about how to get a better hold on their somatic health can positively impact mental and physical health. 

Talking to Your Teens About Sleep

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Work anxiety is causing sleepless nights and are taking a heavy toll on employees. According to new research from Accountemps, 44-percent lose sleep over work due to a number of factors including overwhelming workloads, looming business problems and strained co-worker relationships. Spokesperson Carrie Lewis says Generation “Z” is more than likely to lie awake at night.

 

Lewis says that employees are overwhelmed due to a "near constant state of learning."