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.
The first step toward healthy sleep for your baby is to gradually decrease and eliminate all feeding during the night.
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.
Sleep expert Dr. Daniel Lewin provides advice to a reader whose toddler refuses to nap at naptime since she stopped breastfeeding.
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.