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 Your child may not be an infant anymore, but sleeping through the night can still be a struggle. Get tips for a good night's rest.

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Sleep Problems in Anxious or Worried Teens

Anxiety, depression and anger are common reactions to trauma, and for teenagers, severe sadness or depression can increase tiredness and sleep issues.

Night Terrors are Different than Nightmares

Night terrors are a result of a child, usually between the ages of 3 and 5, becoming unable to go through the sleep cycle properly due to the transition from one nap a day to no naps at all.

Solving Sleep Problems With Infants

Learning good sleep habits early on is best for both the child and the parent. Here are some ways to solve sleep problems with your infant.

Creating Healthy Bedtime Habits

Make sure your child always sleeps in their bed, and put away electronics before they go to sleep in order to create healthy bedtime habits.

How Can I Train my Toddler Not to Throw Tantrums at Bedtime?

My 2-year-old daughter is stubborn, throws fits, and will not calm down before bed, no matter what we try. I just don’t know what to do.

Teenager Not Getting Enough Sleep

Turning off electronics and avoiding caffeine are just two of the ways you can help your teenager sleep better at night.

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