Tips to help your child sleep better
When it comes to a healthy lifestyle, many people are quick to list down healthy eating and exercise; but neglect having good sleep. The same also applies for children. The average child is busy with school, with their friends, their hobbies and homework. Even if their bodies feel fine, their brains require sleep.
To meet the needs of each day, your child requires sleep. Sleep is important for children as inadequate rest can impact their attention, behavior, learning and health. As parents, we can help set them up for a good night’s rest at home.
Children require 9 to 11 hours of sleep each night. Some children have sleep patterns that don’t change, while some kids may have more variance in their sleep patterns.