Going to bed early leads to alertness and health
A child’s sleep is directly related to the development of his body and mind. Some children need to get some sleep before sunset. Children have so much energy that if they do not rest at the right time, it will do them more harm than good. Studies show that recognizing children’s emotions and improving their physical performance is effective in helping them fall asleep. According to researchers, the healthiest time to sleep is between 6 and 9 p.m.
Children may sleep long hours before sunset, but it is better.
The right time for the baby to sleep
Studies conducted in 2012 show that children between the ages of 7 and 11 are more alert and less moody if they go to bed five hours an hour earlier, as well as toddlers around 18 months old. If they sleep around 10 o’clock at night, it affects the process of social functioning and even their language. But that does not mean that every child should sleep at 7:30, it depends on various factors including age and sleep schedule. Do trial and error and find out which one is best for your child. Try to get your baby to bed a few nights 20 minutes early. If they go to bed early, they wake up sooner.