Sleep Issues

Causes of Sleep Issues

Poor Sleep Habits

Poor Sleep Habits

Trauma

Trauma

Stress

Stress

Uncomfortable environment

Uncomfortable environment

Bad eating habits

Bad eating habits

Excessive sugar intake

Excessive sugar intake

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Family Conflict

Family Conflict

Symptoms of Sleep Issues

Snoring

Snoring

Inadequate breathing

Inadequate breathing

Trouble falling asleep

Trouble falling asleep

Nightmares

Nightmares

Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking

Daytime sleepiness

Daytime sleepiness

Bedwetting

Bedwetting

Delay wake-up timings

Delay wake-up timings

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Set a regular time for bed each night
2. Create a relaxing bed time routine
3. Temperature and lighting of the room should be comfortable
4. There shouldn't be too much activity before bed time
5. No television, phones or tablets and games at least one hour before bed time
6. Keep the noise level in the house low.

Tips for Teachers

1. Have a talk with their parents
2. Create a safe space for the students
3. Include nap time in the curriculum for kindergarten students
4. Be understanding
5. Make the children feel that it is okay
6. Let them know that you understand

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Frequently Asked Questions

To the best of your ability, maintain the same bedtime and wake-up time each day, including weekends and summer holidays.
1. At least an hour before going to bed, turn off electronics.
2. Set a bedtime schedule.
3. Try book reading or relaxing techniques with older children.
4. Follow the same routine every night.
5. Make sure your child engages in at least 30 minutes of intense physical activities every day.
If these suggestions don't work or you require more advice, consult the best psychologist in India at TalktoAngel.
Some children with specific developmental or neurological abnormalities may have different sleep cycles, and some of these children can function on less sleep. However, these sleeping guidelines normally apply to everyone. People rarely require fewer hours of sleep to function properly in daily life. Most kids must obtain at least the minimal amount of advised sleep, to develop both physically and mentally.
Children with mental or emotional problems often face problems with their sleep. Seek immediate assistance from child psychologists.
Examine your child's daytime functioning to see if it raises any red flags; perhaps they act "too hyper" feel too tired during the day, struggle to focus in class, or have difficulty managing their emotions.
Think about whether your child consistently gets less sleep than is advised for their age.
Make an appointment with the best psychologist in India for your child to be evaluated for any medical issues that could be causing them to have trouble sleeping.


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