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Help Your Kids Build Optimal Sleep Hygiene

Posted by Jennifer Monroe on Oct 17, 2021 1:25:00 AM

Children and teenagers need more hours of sleep as compared to adults. This is because their bodies are growing and developing, a process that requires a well-rested body to continue properly. Besides this, enough sleep is very important for them to maintain alertness and activeness the following day at school. Lack of sleep leads to inefficient brain function which impacts significantly on their academic performance.

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Topics: sleep and children, Pediatrics, kids

Back-to-School Sleep Tips for Parents, Children, and Teens

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Aug 9, 2021 6:00:00 AM

A new school year kicks off in 8 days!  Where did the Alaska summer go?  We all know what this means...our kids' lazy, relaxed days of summer are about to be replaced with packed schedules full of class time, homework, and after-school activities. More than likely your children have been staying up late and sleeping in through much of their summer break, and getting them back into a healthy sleep routine may be challenging to say the least.

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Topics: school, children, Sleep Tips, sleep and children, teens

7 Tips To Fix Your Child’s Sleep Schedule

Posted by Theresa Cofield on Dec 17, 2020 3:32:00 AM

                                                                                                                              

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Topics: sleep and children, OSA in children

How Schools Can Promote Healthy Sleep Habits for Students

Posted by Frank Hamilton on Nov 19, 2020 5:03:00 AM

In the last decade, the issue of sleep has gained particular relevance and has even become a great problem for many modern people. The rapidly changing world, the constant vanity, and stress are so familiar to everyone, and it would seem that problems with sleep are a logical consequence.

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Topics: sleep and children, teens

How do I Know if My Child has a Sleeping Disorder?

Posted by Dr. Harry Yuan on Nov 18, 2020 9:16:29 AM

No parent wants to see their child tired all the time and struggling with staying asleep or falling asleep at night. The majority of sleeping disorders are treatable. You only need to be able to recognize the signs of one and get professional help.

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Topics: sleep and children, Pediatrics, OSA in children

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