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An overwhelming amount of researchers, doctors, scientists, and mental health professionals have come to believe that a good night’s rest is key in keeping the mental and emotional well-being of a child stable. It is also this mental and emotional well-being that becomes a crucial foundation in the child’s development later.
It was found that children who experience sleep problems exhibit early signs of mental disorders. They become irritable, lethargic, and even combative. And what’s more is that while developing these disorders, children find it difficult to sleep as well, which only worsens the condition even more.
Joseph Cianciotto suggests that parents need to be observant of their child’s sleeping habits. If they notice something wrong, they should act on it as soon as possible.
Joseph Cianciotto is a resident of Long Island, New York and a digital media native whose creative chops are complemented by a strong business acumen. For more on Joseph, click here.