Successful Sleep Strategies for Kids

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Does your child struggle with sleep at night, or with waking up and staying awake during the day? If so, you’re not alone: 20-30% of children of all ages suffer from some form of sleep disturbance. In Successful Sleep Strategies for Kids, you’ll read about the latest discoveries science has made in the field of sleep, and learn dozens of proven and effective ways to help your child get a better night’s sleep and be more refreshed and alert during the day. These include:

  • Avoiding exposure to common (yet surprising) things that wake your child’s brain up and make it harder to fall asleep
  • How spending too much time in bed can disrupt your child’s sleep
  • Training your child to fall asleep on his own (and in his own bed!)
  • Why letting your sleep-deprived child sleep in late on the weekends can be a really bad idea
  • Preventing sleepwalking, night terrors, and bed-wetting

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Editorial Reviews

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Amazon Reviews

5star“Practical and effective advice” – by David Kamien, December 19, 2012

“I have been waiting for this book since my children were born. Finally practical strategies that help my children fall asleep quickly and wake up with a smile. Clearly Dr. Rosen, a sleep specialist at Harvard Childrens Hospital speaks from experience. I cannot recommend this book strongly enough. In fact, the advice in this great book is relavant to adults, as well as children.”
 

5star“Excellent Resource!” – By Pediatric Sleep Professional, September 1, 2013

“Not only is it a great resource for parents, but one for all those working pediatric sleep medicine-technologists and physicians! Recently we had a pediatric physician visit from India who wanted to learn more about sleep and your book would have been an excellent source for her! As a pediatric sleep technologist of 9 years (in the field 11 years), I found it to be beneficial in helping to understand the importance of making sure we obtain the sleep history questionnaires for our pediatric sleep physician. With this information they can truly recognize where the sleep problem lies. I appreciate your knowledge and I plan to share it with my own family, patients, parents and colleagues!”

 

5star“Definitely helpful. hoping it helps my three year old” – By Rachell Henning, February 16, 2014

“I purchased this book with the hope that it may provide insights into what is going on with my three year old and her sleep issues. I am hoping putting some of the suggestions to work will help reverse the year long battle we have been having trying to get her to go to sleep without getting up every 5 minutes.”

 

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