Shifting To An Ideal Bedtime For School

Shifting To An Ideal Bedtime For School

By: Wendy Sue Swanson, M.D.

We know children are sleeping less now than they did 30 years ago. Our children are unfortunately more tired and can suffer side effects in life because of it. Studies show that school-age children who create a sleep debt (chronic sleep deprivation) and are chronically tired have a more difficult time completing school work, they […]

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Promoting Healthy Sleep for Kids

Promoting Healthy Sleep for Kids

By: Val Jones, M.D.

Healthy sleep is important for children’s physical, intellectual and social growth and development. Performance at school, in sports and at home can be influenced by a child’s sleep patterns. Additionally, children who get an insufficient amount of sleep are more likely to become obese. Therefore, it’s very important to help children get the quantity and […]

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