Yup – marital status impacts sleep quality.
Children with widely varying bedtimes are more likely to have problems controlling their emotions.
A good night's sleep might be one answer to the epidemic.
"If you want your kids to sleep better and live a healthier lifestyle, get the technology out of the bedroom," says Canadian public health professor Paul Veugelers.
Australian “sleep training” study says it's OK to let babies cry. Hmmm.
What is to be done about the teenagers? They are squandering sleeping
time on electronic gadgets to the point where family life, studies and
even health are compromised. And many parents either don’t see the
problem or feel powerless to intervene.