Naughty children are subject to insomnia in adulthood
Scientists from Australia have learned that restless children who do not follow the sleep schedule and have behavioral problems quite often suffer from insomnia in adulthood.
It is noted that the study lasted several years, more than 16 thousand people took part in it.
At the same time, academics monitored the behavior of ten-year-old children, and after they reached adulthood, in 2012 they repeated the study again.
It turns out that more often than their peers, sleep problems were experienced by those subjects who noticed behavioral abnormalities at the age of ten.
Such children could bully the people around them, showed excessive irritability, restlessness, and also flatly refused to go to bed on time.