Sleep apnea is a condition characterized by frequent pauses in breathing during sleep. It’s most commonly associated with adults. But sleep apnea can also affect young children and infants. The number of infants who have sleep apnea is unknown. But an estimated 1-5% of children have the condition. Sleep apnea in infants can be a […]Continue Reading »
Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for children’s healthy growth and development. But this can be difficult when your child suffers from allergies or asthma. Common allergy or asthma triggers include the three Ds, which are… Dairy Dust And dander When kids experience allergies due to dairy, dust, and dander, they can have trouble […]Continue Reading »
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder. It’s characterized by the repeated interruption of breathing during sleep. While sleep apnea can affect people of all ages and backgrounds, it’s especially prevalent in children with Down syndrome. Down syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of an extra chromosome 21. And it can lead […]Continue Reading »
Every parent of young children experiences the bedtime battle from time to time. Some parents experience it nightly. With repeated pleas for five more minutes or to tell you one more thing, the bedtime battle can feel frustrating and tiresome. But before losing patience with your children, try to understand the underlying cause of their […]Continue Reading »
Most parents know that getting a good night’s sleep is essential for their kids’ healthy growth and development. But did you know there are strategies your kids can try to improve their sleep? There’s a nerve in the body called the vagus nerve. And stimulating this nerve can help your kids relax and sleep better. […]Continue Reading »
Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders. It affects an estimated 30-50% of adults in the United States. But what is insomnia exactly? And what are the different types? Insomnia is a sleep disorder that causes problems falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting restful sleep. A variety of factors can cause insomnia. These […]Continue Reading »
Sleep is essential for children’s healthy growth and development. And Thrive Therapeutics kid’s calming gummies promote relaxation and better quality sleep in kids. Children who don’t get enough rest are prone to having mood and behavioral issues as well as health concerns, such as high blood pressure. They may also wet the bed or develop […]Continue Reading »
Before you can get a good night’s sleep, you have to fall asleep. And for some kids, falling asleep is hard to do. When we fall asleep, we enter Stage 1 Non-REM sleep. This is the doorway between sleep and waking. Our heartbeat and breathing slow down, our eye movements slow down, our muscles relax, […]Continue Reading »
A study published in Pediatric Neurology recently explored connections between migraines and sleep disturbances in children and teens. In an article in Neurology Advisor, one of the study’s authors explained their findings. Migraines and sleep disturbances are both on the rise. As many as 9.1% of American children and teens experience migraines, and many of […]Continue Reading »
Does your teenager wake up tired? Do they complain about having trouble falling asleep because they can’t stop thinking? Have you tried every home remedy you can find with no luck? There may be another way to help your teen relax and fall asleep at night using technology that has only become widely available in […]Continue Reading »
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So many think these symptoms are common in kids and adults when tired. Join us as we debunk some of these common myths and put the spotlight on Sleep Apnea. Discover what constitutes healthy sleep and how we can help ourselves and our kids get the best sleep ever.