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How to Improve Your Child's Sleep

Monday, January 27, 2020

Most people are aware of the essentials that a child must have if they’re going to be at their best and fulfill their potential. They’ll need to be well-fed, well looked after, and given all the love in the world if they’re going to be at their best! But that’s not all: there are some less obvious, yet equally important factors that can have a huge impact on the development of a child: how well he or she sleeps. Not only does a lack of sleep negatively impact how well they’re able to concentrate in school, but it can also lead to poor physical and mental health.


The good news is that if your child is tired throughout the day, then there are things you can do to help improve their sleep experience. The first step is to be aware of the symptoms of a lack of sleep. If they’re finding it hard to concentrate, are slow to get moving in the morning, or have dark circles under their eyes, among others, then it’s likely that they’re quite getting a full night of rest.

If you can identify and rectify this issue early on, then you’ll reduce the chances of more serious issues, such as mental health issues, poor school performance, and major health conditions from developing. You can help improve sleep by reducing the amount of screentime your son and daughter experiences before bedtime, establishing a solid sleep schedule, and limiting aggravating factors (like sugar before bed). Learn more by checking out the infographic from Regis College below.


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