How to Get Your Baby to Sleep Through the Night?

Many studies have been conducted recently on adolescents and sleep, which have interesting implications for parents of children of all ages. However, for many teens, sleep problems seem to be a matter of biology as well as an attitude. You can contact Meet Chantal or expert sleep trainer for infants & toddlers to guide sleep habits through the night.

Sleep-wake rhythms in adolescents are delayed by up to two hours. That is, they fall asleep later and wake up later than when they were children. Most teens release melatonin around 11 p.m., which makes them sleepy, which makes the time before the sleepless zone. Children release melatonin much earlier.

Cortisol, the chemical that wakes them up, releases many teenagers at 8:15 am. It seems that the teen's brain wants to go to sleep just when most are awake. As a result, many secondary schools are delaying school entry to adapt to the sleep-wake rhythm of teenagers. This allows teens not only to get more sleep, but also to be at their best (or at least awake) in school.

Sleep is important for the following reasons:

1. Maximizing brain growth that occurs in young children and adolescents.

2. Let what was learned today remain.

3. Prepare children to study tomorrow. (Sleep deprivation is like jet lag where we don't function optimally.

The results are amazing and immediate, including: better learning, better behavior, fewer arguments, and fewer early school leavers.