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Teens and Lack of Sleep Linked to Attention Problems, Low Grades

Teens and Lack of Sleep Linked to Attention Problems, Low Grades

It’s common for high school students to sleep in on weekends hoping to catch up on the sleep they missed during the week. But now, a new study out of South Korea has found that teens [...]

Kids and Sleepovers

Kids and Sleepovers

Why sleeping over at a friend’s is a childhood rite of passage. Kids and Sleepovers Sleepovers are a rite of passage for most kids. And no wonder – sitting up giggling into the wee hours of [...]

When Will Your Newborn Sleep Through the Night?

When Will Your Newborn Sleep Through the Night?

During those first few weeks of life, newborn babies sleep a lot. Unfortunately, they don’t necessarily sleep when we want them to. Sleep deprivation is a common complaint of parents, especially those of newborns. A common [...]

Teaching A Baby to Sleep Through the Night

Teaching A Baby to Sleep Through the Night

Is your infant keeping you up all hours of the day and night? The time may have come to teach your child to sleep through the night. In the first year and a half of a [...]

Sleep and School Anxiety

Sleep and School Anxiety

How school can affect a young student’s sleep habits. Sleep and School Anxiety I remember when my kids first entered school they had a hard time falling a sleep on their own and seemed to need [...]

The Cause of Night Waking in Children

The Cause of Night Waking in Children

Why young kids sometimes have trouble sleeping. Night Waking Most parents have experienced it; their children have developed good sleeping habits when suddenly they begin to wake up at night. Night waking is a common occurrence [...]

Singing Babies to Sleep

Singing Babies to Sleep

How to soothe your baby to go to sleep, so you can too. Singing Babies to Sleep When babies wake in the middle of the night, most parents’ gut reaction is to rock and sing them [...]

Newborn Sleep Patterns and Habits

Newborn Sleep Patterns and Habits

Why your newborn baby just can’t sleep through the night. Newborn Sleep Patterns Parents are often surprised how much their newborn babies sleep, often as much as 16 hours a day in the first months. While [...]

The Latest News on the Family Bed

The Latest News on the Family Bed

The latest research on the family bed has concluded that co-sleeping has no impact on a young child’s intellectual or social development.  The study, led by the Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York, [...]

What to Do When Your Child Sleepwalks

What to Do When Your Child Sleepwalks

Did you sleepwalk as a child? Then chances are your child will be a sleep walker too! Sleepwalking. As strange as a phenomenon as it is, it’s one which is relatively common. Studies tell us that [...]