Frequently Asked Questions

Research confirms the importance of a good night’s sleep for both children and parents. According to National Sleep Foundation, Toddlers (1–3yrs) need 12–14 hours of sleep in a 24 hr period and Preschoolers (3–5yrs) need 11–13hrs. The length and quality of sleep has a profound impact on a child’s physical and mental development. Other studies show that parents who get 7–8 hours of uninterrupted sleep perform better as parents and may actually experience improved mood, immunity and longevity.

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