I am a firm believer that healthy sleep habits make for happy, healthy children. Providing the growing brain with sufficient sleep is especially important in childhood and adolescence, a time of concentrated learning and development. The sleeping brain is NOT a resting brain! The activity and work of the sleeping brain are purposeful.
Experts believe inadequate sleep in childhood affects the maturation of the brain related to the emergence of development or mood disorders.
Consolidated (free of nightwakings) sleep is the most restful and healthy kind of sleep for both infants and adults. Our children are capable of learning only what we teach them. The good news is, like everything else we CAN teach our children how to sleep well!?
This happens to be something I’m very passionate about! Interested in knowing how to do this starting tonight? Book your free 15 min phone call with me to find out how 🙂 https://www.timetrade.com/book/WBVGH