Sleep Health Center
We all know how precious a good night’s sleep can be. As parents, we want our children to sleep well for their own health – as well as ours! But growing up involves a lot of physical and psychological change, and this can affect a child’s sleep in a number of ways. Nightmares, sleep terrors, bedwetting, insomnia, and sleep apnea can all cause problems, not to mention the simple fact that sometimes kids don’t want to go to sleep because they don’t want to miss anything! Understanding the common childhood sleep-related problems will ease your mind and allow you to help your kids through each stage of their development.
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Sleep Top Story
Dr. Greene, when does a child start to dream? And at what age do nightmares or night terrors begin?
Tim Allen - Anchor/Producer - New Cumberland, Pennsylvania