Sleep-Deprived Teens More Likely To Abuse Alcohol
A new study from Idaho State University suggests sleep-deprived teenagers are more likely to abuse alcohol and develop risky habits later in life.By Jill Ornitz | January 17, 2015
The more sleep-deprived a teenager is, the more likely they are to abuse alcohol. That's according to a new study out of Idaho State University. The study included students with insomnia as well as those simply not sleeping enough at night.
And teens with known sleeping problems were more likely to drive drunk.