Between 20 and 48% of the adult population, and at least 20% of the infant population, suffer from some form of sleep related problem. This has a neurological, but also technological origin, by that we mean “Vamping”. The term vamping refers to the phenomenon by which people, usually teenagers, use electronic devices (mobile, tablet, computer, etc.) at night, reducing the necessary hours of sleep. In this webinar, neurologist Angela Milan will address the health consequences of this on children (some you couldn't even imagine) and give us some advice on how to prevent them from doing it.
Neurologist specializing in sleep and degenerative diseases at the Clínica Navarra University Clinic (Madrid Filial). She is a European Expert in Sleep Medicine, accredited by the ESRS (European Society for Sleep Research) and CEAMS (Spanish Committee for Accreditation of Sleep in Medicine).