Discover the best way to sleep so you wake up each morning feeling refreshed.
Recognizing Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Children — an Excerpt from “The Rested Child” By Dr. W. Chris Winter
1. Find time for self-care before lights-out
Dedicate 30-mins to "you" time during the day or before bed. This will help curb the urge for revenge bedtime procrastination.
2. Power down tech an hour before bed→
Blue light can cause your brain to keep you up longer than you might want. Tuck your tech away for a smoother wind down.
3. Cool yourself down on hot nights→
A drop in body temperature can signal to your brain that it's time for shut-eye. Cool your room or try a hot bath.
4. Try to wake up at the same time every morning
A consistent wake time sets the stage for good sleep habits. Plus, who doesn't love waking up naturally?
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