A Father’s Guide to Sleep Deprivation

While most of the focus is on the baby and the mother after a new arrival, dads need some attention, too — in fact, one 2013 study noted that new fathers, not new mothers, experienced more sleep deprivation in the weeks following their baby’s birth. Even though they usually aren’t the ones feeding the baby during the night, they still suffer from daytime sleepiness and insomnia thanks to their new addition.

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Sleep Deprivation In Children: How To Keep Your Kids Healthy As A Parent

Sleep is important for everyone, both young and old. As a parent, you already realize how much of an impact sleep has on your child. When your child gets too little sleep, your child is cranky. This is not the only concern that comes to mind, however. When your child is deprived of adequate sleep, it can become a problem with their general well-being.

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