Just like anything else that is important to your teen, it is important to prioritize sleep and make sure that they can reserve at least 8 hours within their busy schedule.
To get kids on a sleep schedule for the school year, it’s important to start moving bedtime earlier and make sure kids are waking up at a reasonable time.
Teens are known for not getting enough sleep, but will this lack of sleep affect their growth? Find out in this Q&A with sleep expert Dr. Daniel Lewin.
Sleep expert Dr. Daniel Lewin answers a reader’s question about whether their 6-month-old baby’s sleep schedule is normal.
The morning nap usually goes away between 18 and 24 months, and napping in general typically goes away between 3 and 6 years of age.