Sleep should be regular and enough at any age for the chıld's development and health.
Release Date: 31 08 2019
Sleep should be regular and enough at any age for the child's development and health.
You can prepare maintain a regular and consistent sleep schedule for your child. you can have a relaxing bedtime routine that ends in the room where the child sleeps.
In addition, school-aged children become more interested in TV, computers, the media and Internet as well as caffeine products – all of which can lead to difficulty falling asleep, nightmares and disruptions to their sleep. In particular, watching TV close to bedtime has been associated with bedtime resistance, difficulty falling asleep, anxiety around sleep and sleeping fewer hours. Health problems such as adenoid also can disturb sleep quality. You can consult your pediatrician about this.