How to Help Your Children Develop Healthy Sleep Habits
Most adults know how it feels waking up after a poor night’s rest. Simple tasks are difficult, time drags on, anxiety is high and a lot of coffee is required. But for children, a sleepless night or two can be more detrimental. Consistent sleep is an essential aspect to early child development from both a physical and cognitive standpoint. Without it, children aren’t growing or learning at the rate they should be.
Age is the primary variable in how much sleep your child should be getting each night. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine:Read More