In today’s times, children are drawn to screen like bees to honey. With the easy access to electronic devices, some children are now exposed to screens from as young as a few months of age. While technology has brought about many benefits, the excessive use of screens has been linked to several issues in children, such as a poor quality of sleep.
Are you feeling sleepy? Exhausted? All parents will want yourself and your child to have more sleep and sleep better. Please do not get discouraged, forget about the doom and gloom you probably heard about how all new parents should become sleep-deprived zombies. Read these 3 short tips to help your child become a better sleeper!
If your body is digesting a large meal, it can be difficult for you to relax and fall asleep. As your mind and body get ready to rest, the metabolism slows down. Hence, late-night snacking can trigger digestive issues that interfere with sleep. Eat dinner at least 2-3 hours before bed. This is enough time for your body to process the food.