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Helping Your Child Get a Good Night’s Sleep

The modern world is filled with distractions that get in the way of your kids getting a good night’s rest. For example, children ages eight to twelve spend six hours per day staring at electronic screens. Kindles, iPads, smart phones, televisions, computers, and other electronic devices emit blue light that cause your child’s melatonin levels to take a nosedive. Melatonin is a hormone that leads to a night of peaceful slumber. It promotes sleepiness, deep sleep, and dreaming. Your body releases melatonin when it’s exposed to darkness, but too little natural light in the daytime can interfere with melatonin cycles.*

When melatonin levels drop, the last thing your child wants to do is crawl under the covers and get some shut eye. If your kids don’t get enough sleep, chances are good they’re going to be tired and irritable. It will be a battle to get them to behave, and they’re not going to pay attention in school. It’s exhausting for both you and your kids.*

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