It can be distressing for parents to see their little one struggling to sleep every day or having intermittent sleep that disturbs her daily routine. From excessive snoring to sleepwalking, there are numerous sleep disorders that can perturb her sleep, and the extent of these disorders’ consequences could affect all aspects of her life.
In addition to taking your child to the paediatrician and getting her a treatment, there are also common sleep-time missteps that you should avoid.
Here’s a ClipBook that compiles a few of the best links on sleep disorders from the web. Flip through the pages to understand your child’s disorder better and to know how to proceed with the treatment.
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Having difficulty getting your little one to nap or to snooze through the night? Check out some of the most common sleepy-time missteps and how to avoid them.