The key to good sleep – Fixed bedtime and wakeup time


The key to a good rest: fixed time to go to bed and to wake up every day – Guide of the week 4

Do you find that your child gets sick often or is in a bad mood or cranky enough? Well, all you need to do is develop good hygiene to sleep. Essentially, habits that lead to a good sleep. And the most important of these habits is having a fixed time to go to sleep and wake up most days of the week, if not all.

What is the right time to go to bed?
– Between 8 pm and 9:30 pm it is ideal, since it allows an optimal sleep.
– Teens can extend it at 10.30pm but not later
– Practice waking up at the same time every morning.
– If your child sleeps much longer than usual on weekends, know that he can not sleep.
– Remember that you can not make up for a night's sleep if you sleep too much the next day.
– In general, that pajama is not really a good idea. Limit it once or twice a year.

Why is it important to sleep?
– Help protect against all non-communicable diseases: obesity, diabetes, fatty liver, etc.
– Improves academic performance and creativity.
– Reduces stress and anxiety in adolescents.
– Supports growth and strengthens the immune response.
– Improves memory and erases everything unnecessary.
– Improves equalization and all mental health problems such as ADHD

Happy sleeping

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