It is not uncommon for teenagers to experience changes in their sleep patterns, such as staying up late and sleeping in. This can be due to hormonal changes during puberty, as well as social and academic pressures. However, if a teenager is consistently sleeping during the day and staying awake at night, it could be a sign of a sleep disorder, such as insomnia or delayed sleep phase syndrome. It’s best to consult with a medical professional for an evaluation and possible treatment options.
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