Learn About Children's Sleep
Learning about children's sleep can help you make sure children get the sleep they need to grow and stay healthy. These articles are provided as a public service by the National Sleep Foundation to help you learn about the fascinating world of children's sleep.
Sleep is one of the most important requirements in early childhood development. It is important to understand your child's changing sleep needs and habits as they grow.
69% percent of children 10 and under experience at least one sleep problem a few times a week or more, but only about 1 in 10 parents asked their child's doctor about a sleep problem.
Sleep is a vital need, essential to a child’s health and growth. These tips and guidelines can help you make sure a child develops good sleep habits.
El sueño es esencial para la salud y el desarrollo del niño. El sueño promueve el sentirse alerta, tener buena memoria y comportarse mejor.
A national survey of children's sleep habits reveals that children aren't getting the sleep they need.
Children sleep needs change as they grow. Learn how to help your child get the sleep she or he needs.
Many if not most children snore on occasion, and about 10 percent or more snore on most nights.
Studies show connections between ADHD and common sleep disorders in children.
Obesity in children poses serious health risks, including putting children at greater risk of sleep apnea.
Sleep problems can cause a wide range of other health problems. But, evidence suggests that health professionals are not looking at the sleep habits of their pediatric patients.
The first step in helping treat sleep problems is often getting a sleep study.
Does your child fall down frequently or have an unusual number of injuries? It may be that she or he is sleep-deprived.
"Time To Sleep" is a fun booklet that teaches children about sleep.
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