What are the main types of sleep disorders in adolescents?

Delayed Sleep Phase. Sleeping late and waking up late also called dsps delayed sleep phase syndrome is common in adolescents. Good sleep hygiene and habits are important to counter this.
Many. Lots of adolescents just plain don't sleep enough! others start staying up later and late do they get their body clovks upside backwards. Then, just like adults, they can be affected by stress and have insomnia from worry or anxiety or depression or other medical problems too. If you are worried about your sleep there are answeres and your doctor can help!