Neuroscientists identify a surprising low-tech fix to the problem of sleep-deprived teens

Marissa Harris (UCLA):

’In a time of borderline hysteria over the effects of technology on sleep and brain development, little attention goes to the fundamental elements of good sleep in adolescents. Ensuring they have comfortable bedding may help improve sleep in all adolescents, particularly among poorer families. And it’s a lot easier to convince parents and teens to invest in pillows than to bicker over phone privileges.…’

Via The Conversation