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Sleeping tips for back-to-school success

4:40 PM, Jul. 29, 2013
Activities should be limited before bedtime to allow children a chance to relax before sleeping.
Activities should be limited before bedtime to allow children a chance to relax before sleeping.
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Did you know the best preparation for back to school is a good night's sleep? Lack of sleep can affect a child's performance, attention, learning, behavior and biological functions, experts say. In fact, recent studies show that American students might be falling behind in school due to a lack of shut-eye.

With all the excitement and stress that accompanies the new school year, many children slip into a pattern all too familiar to tired parents. One more book, one more glass of water, one more TV show ... the child who continually resists going to bed experiences difficulty in falling asleep, ...

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