Breastfeeding and baby sleep: How breast milk may help set a newborn's body clock
What happens when babies drink night milk in the morning, or morning milk in the late afternoon?
Toddlers may sleep better in cribs until age 3
Parents who wait to start the crib-to-bed transition until toddlers are 3 years old may find that both they and their children get better sleep, researchers say.
Naps, bedtime sleep both necessary for preschoolers, study suggests - The Boston Globe
Parents have long known intuitively that a good night’s sleep is important, but naps are also necessary for preschoolers to be at their best.
The Effects Of Regular Sleep On Self-Control And Substance Use In Children Of Alcoholics And Controls | Science Trends
This is the first study to report a long-term relationship between regular sleep, behavioral control, and resilience in children of alcoholics (COAs). We defined resilience as positive adaption in
It's OK to let your baby cry himself to sleep, study finds | CNN
A new study adds support to the idea that letting babies cry it out is effective and does not cause stress or lasting emotional problems for babies.
Late bedtimes, light at night could turn your kid into a ‘night owl’
Scientists in the University of Colorado Boulder Sleep and Development Laboratory recently found that 4- 5-year-olds who go to bed later and are exposed to brighter nighttime light experience delays in the timing of their brain’s central timekeeper—the biological clock. That, in turn, could lead to night-owl schedules that are associated with a host of health problems.
Sleep, Depression, Light And Wellbeing. Should You Or Your Kids Sleep With A Nightlight? New Menopause And Sleep Research – Your Sunday Sleeper Is Here - Your Guide to Better Sleep
Welcome to the Sunday Sleeper, there is some really interesting research coming out about light and sleep as well as some conformational research around menopause and sleep. Grab a wonderful beverage and let’s explore. Light At Night Linked To Increased Depressive Symptoms A recent study published in the March 2018 issue of American Journal of...
After 6 months, co-sleeping moms more likely to feel depressed - Futurity
"If it's working for everyone, and everyone is okay with it, then co-sleeping is a perfectly acceptable option." So, why do moms who are 'persistent co-sleepers' report feeling depressed?
These Are The Crucial Lessons We've Learned About Kids And Sleep In 2015
How will the quality of your child's nighttime rest affect how she fares socially, emotionally and academically? Science says sleep plays a bigger role...
Giving children regular bedtimes stops them getting 'jet lag'
Children with an irregular bedtime performed worse on cognitive tests, had worse behaviour and were more likely to be obese than others.
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New studies suggest that too much coddling of infants can lead to sleep problems and health problems later on