Category: Children and Sleep

Sleep Apnea In Kids: A New Treatment Opportunity

Sleep apnea is quite a common condition nowadays, which is being diagnosed in an increasing number of children and teenagers. It is connected with inability to breathe freely while sleeping due to certain obstructions formed in the airway (can be caused by increased adenoids or other respiratory system conditions). Sleep apnea in kids is usually […]

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A Proper Sleep Can Lower Diabetes Risks In Teenagers

Adequate amounts of sleep on a regular basis are very important for all children and teenagers, and a lack of sleep in young ages can have very serious and irreversible negative effects. In particular, according to the findings of a recent study related to teenage obesity and chances to suffer from type 2 diabetes, those […]

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Sleeping Is The Best Time For Babies To Grow!

Some babies do not like sleeping and do not let their parents sleep as well. Some babies, on the contrary, are very good sleepers and always totally satisfy their needs of sleeping up to 10 hours a day. Recently, s group of the experts from the department of anthropology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, […]

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Marital Conflicts Can Increase The Risks Of Sleep Problems In Kids

Marital problems and misunderstandings are reported to be linked to serious sleep problems in infants and toddlers, the scientists say. It was well known before that instability and unhealthy relationships between parents usually cause certain behavioral and psychological problems in their kids, but according to the findings of the research published recently in the journal […]

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Sleeping Environment And Its Importance For Toddlers

Many parents suffer because their infants and toddlers can’t go to sleep on time, can’t fall asleep or want to sleep in the parents’ bed. Many moms and dads tent to blame themselves for such “habits” of their toddlers. Or, they believe, there can be genetic causes of this problem as moms and dads also […]

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