• Sleeping Patterns In School-Aged Children

    Sleeping Patterns In School-Aged Children

    When it comes to sleep, no matter what age, it is a vital aspect to our daily lives that we mainly underestimate, don’t notice, or pay poor attention too. Children within the ages 4-12 are considered in the age group commonly referred to as ‘school-aged children’ which start to show new sleeping patterns and trends in comparison to toddlers. They make up part of...
  • 17 Reasons Why Your Baby Isn’t Getting Enough Sleep

    17 Reasons Why Your Baby Isn’t Getting Enough Sleep

    Here is a list of the main reasons you need to put your baby to sleep Bedtime Too Late - Baby’s will feel restless and cranky if they are overtired and it will be much harder for them to fall asleep Hungry Baby - Unlike adults, who can control their appetites during sleep babies however cannot and it can prevent them from falling asleep...
  • Learning to sleep-train your baby

    Learning to sleep-train your baby

    Sleep training is the process of teaching your baby how to fall asleep and stay asleep at bedtime. As they grow, your goal is to have them fall asleep with your touch, your voice, or your soothing. A good time to start is when they are around 4 to 6 months old. Another good indicator is noticing if they wake up less and less...
  • Common Types Of Sleep Disorders

    Common Types Of Sleep Disorders

    There are several contributing factors to why a person may not be getting adequate sleep at night. Sleeping disorders are conditions that impact your normal sleeping pattern. Sleep deprivation can lead to overall health concerns like increased cardiovascular disease and mental health illnesses like depression. There are over 70 different types of sleep disorders. We will discuss the most common ones here to help...
  • 8 Great Ways to Improve Your Sleep Habits

    8 Great Ways to Improve Your Sleep Habits

    Just like with every other aspect of your life, habits help us stay on track with what our goals are. It works the same way for sleep. If you develop and maintain healthy sleeping habits, you can get as much as you need to get done without forfeiting hours of being asleep. You will be able to control your sleeping pattern which improves your...
  • FAQ : Sleeping Disorders, Sleep Patterns, Sleep Related Issues

    FAQ : Sleeping Disorders, Sleep Patterns, Sleep Related Issues

    Why do we sleep? A: Sleep is an intricate part of our biology. Sleep seems to be necessary to ensure proper functioning of the nervous system. Newborns require a great deal of sleep. True or false? A: True. They sleep from 11 to 18 hours per day, with short periods of 1-3 hours spent awake just to be able to feed and have a...
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