Behavioral Issues May Not Be Your Child’s FaultGood sleep is necessary for your child’s health, growth, and wellbeing. However, getting your child to sleep is not always an easy task. Many children in the United States have sleep problems. As many as 2 out of every 3 children aged 10 and below suffer from sleep disorders. These disorders range from insomnia and sleep deprivation to obstructive sleep apnea or several pauses in breathing that can result in behavioral issues. Children who don’t get enough sleep may be overactive and non-compliant. Insomnia in kids can make them become very moody or grouchy, too.
Impact of Sleep on Behavioral Problems
- View the world in a more negative light
- Negatively react more quickly even to small things
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