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« Is Your Baby Sleeping through the Night? | Main | The Sleep Doctor’s Sleep Suggestions from the Top Sleep Stories of 2010 (Part I) »

December 30, 2010


How very true. Being a parent to 3 teenagers it’s a challenge to get them to appreciate the importance of sleep and rest.

In my opinion one of the best ways to ensure that teenagers get their needed rest is not to have TVs’ in their bedrooms, no computers after a same time and an agreed time when mobile phones cannot be used.

A bit draconian, but essential if you want to have teenagers who are not grumpy first thing in the morning.

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