Limit screen time and caffeine for your kids at bedtime if you want them to get quality sleep and perform better in life, says a study.
“Good quality and sufficient sleep are vital for children. Just like a healthy diet and exercise, sleep is critical for children to stay healthy, grow, learn, do well in school, and function at their best,” said Orfeu Buxton, associate professor at Pennsylvania State University.
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Reducing the encroachment of technology and media into sleep time and supporting well-known sleep hygiene principles should be a focus of public health intervention goals for sleep health, Buxton said.
For the study, the researchers evaluated children aged six to 17 years old through internet-based interviews.
A total of 1,103 parents or guardians of an average age of 42 completed surveys. Read full article…
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