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Aid performance in the classroom

 

Last updated 10/5/2018 at 4:28am

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A familiar bedtime routine is recommended for children adjusting to a new sleep schedule.

With all the stress of a new school year, it can be difficult for students to re-adjust to a healthy routine, but many experts agree that sleep is among the most important parts of that routine. Numerous studies demonstrate that children who sleep better learn better.

While parents are busy shopping for pencils, book bags and notebooks, remember that a good night's sleep should also be at the top of the list this season. Make the transition easier with these five tips from Dr. Sujay Kansagra, director of Duke University's Pediatric Neurology Sleep Medicine Program and a sleep health consul...



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