Here you'll learn how to figure out what's standing between your toddler and a
restful night's sleep with our guide to common sleep issues (there's quite a few!).
answered by Deborah Lin-Dyken, pediatric sleep disorders expert. Q. How do I
get my toddler to sleep longer in the morning? answered by Deborah Lin-Dyken,
Oct 14, 2014 ... However, recent studies estimate that nearly 30% of children may have a sleep
disorder at some point in their lives. While sleep disorders can ...
After raising eight children, we had our share of treating sleep issues in addition
to 40 years of helping parents do the same. We hope that the following ...
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sleep; What if we run in to problems? Approaches to sleep problems ...
Mar 24, 2013 ... Every parent has despaired of their toddler's night waking, no matter ... toddler's
sleep and help you all find solutions to any sleep problems you ...
Concerning sleep problems in children it is important to identify the sleep
disorder underlying the problem, rather than treat symptomatically.
Here's a myth that needs to be debunked: sleep problems go away when babies
grow into toddlers. After working with over 25,000 families we've learned that's ...
School-aged children still need somewhere between 9 and 12 hours of sleep at
night. At this age, kids usually start a trend ...
The most common bedtime problems among toddlers and school-aged children
are. • difficulty falling asleep within a reasonable time (e.g., 30-60 minutes) and.