1- By taking data of their current sleep patterns and behaviors in order to understand their sleep cycle. This allows to understand where intervention is required and what changes / support need to be provided. It also provides for a baseline in order to have a starting point and implement the correct interventions for maximum success. 

 

2- One way to treat teen sleep problems is bedtime fading while establishing healthier sleep routines. Teaching the teen to have a better eating routine and getting physical exercise while using bedtime fading and maintaining a set wake time will slowly increase their sleep duration until it reaches age appropriate sleep time that also is congruent with their sleep cycles. 

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