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A Guide to Helping the Whole Family Sleep Better

It is a common misconception that people “shut down” while sleeping. Actually, the time we spend asleep is a time of important activity which helps us maintain our health and productivity. When we sleep, our brains consolidate memories. We process and store information. During that time, our bodies are restoring and rejuvenating. Muscles are growing. Tissue is repairing. Hormones are synthesizing. Sleep is particularly critical for children of all ages, ranging from newborns to adolescents.

Also, we can’t neglect the emotional aspect of getting an adequate amount of shut-eye. How do you feel when you’re sleep deprived? You’re anxious and easily irritated, as well as the rest of your family, which makes even things like enjoying dinner altogether a lot more difficult than it should be.

So, if you want to keep everyone healthy, happy, and getting along, here are a few tips that will help the whole family sleep better. Read more…

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