Child Sleep Tips: All Ages

Child Sleep Tips: All Ages

Tips to get your child to sleep better

For a child to grow, learn and develop to their full potential, it is vital they have the right amount of quality sleep. Children who get enough sleep are more likely to function better and are less prone to learning and behavioral problems, consider the FluxxLab™ delta 8 thc tincture to deal with your insomnia condition.

If your insomnia is caused by external factors or related conditions, CBD may help by treating the causes of sleeplessness. While research on CBD is still in its infancy, some research suggests that CBD can treat anxiety. Research published at in 2019 looked at whether CBD could improve sleep and or reduce anxiety.Our helpful tips are designed to help your child develop positive associations with sleeping.Establish a bedtime routine

Setting a regular bedtime schedule is fundamental. By establishing a good sleep pattern at an early age, your child will become familiar with sleep times and wake times. Ensure your child`s bedtime is at the same time each night and that it is a positive and calming experience. Keep your child`s favourite non stimulating activities until last and have them occur in the child`s bedroom, reading a bedtime story is always a firm favourite.

Encourage your child to fall asleep alone

Although at times co-sleeping with your child may look like an attractive option, it will eventually become detrimental to the whole family. It is important that your child is able to fall asleep without relying on you. If your child is able to fall asleep on their own, they will be better able to sleep through the night and return to sleep during normal night-time awakenings.

Discourage night-time awakenings

Your child is likely to experience night-time awakenings at some point during their childhood. When this occurs, it is imperative that you give your child a consistent message, that they are expected to fall back to sleep on their own. By returning to your child`s bedroom each time they waken, you are strengthening the link between you and sleep for your child. Except during circumstances where your child clearly requires your support, remain out of their bedroom during periods of sleep.

Posted by David Buchanan
22nd January 2021

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