Is sleep the secret to better behavior in kids?

We all know sleep is important for kids’ growth and development, but new research shows a lack of sleep is linked to behavior problems in kids. We’re not just talking about a cranky toddler. Kids who don’t get enough sleep in their early years have more cognitive and behavior problems when they turn 7 than those who usually get a full night’s rest.

I talked with CCX about this new study and shared tips for parents on how to help their kids develop a good nighttime routine.

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Author: minivancommuter

Alise McGregor is a working mom with two girls. As the founder of Little Newtons, she's passionate about making education the primary focus of child care.

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