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bedtime

The time at which a person first tries to fall asleep—as distinguished from the time when a person gets into bed.

bedtime

Sleep disorders The time when one attempts to fall asleep–as distinguished from the time when one gets into bed
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The results are important because they highlight adolescent bedtimes, not just total sleep time, as a potential target for weight management concurrently and in the transition to adulthood," first author Lauren Asarnow, a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Berkeley, said in a news release from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The link between better sleep outcomes and a bedtime routine was found within both predominantly Asian and predominantly Caucasian cultural regions.
Help us to put great bedtime books in the hands of moms in time for Mother's Day.
Late school year bedtimes in both Waves I and II were also tied to lower grade point averages, though summer bedtimes had no association with lower grades.
The study found that pills consumed at bedtime, three hours before bedtime and six hours before bedtime reduced total sleep time of the participants.
Drake said that drinking a big cup of coffee on the way home from work can lead to negative effects on sleep just as if someone were to consume caffeine closer to bedtime.
Not having fixed bedtimes, accompanied by a constant sense of flux, induces a state of body and mind akin to jet lag and this matters for healthy development and daily functioning,'' said lead author Yvonne Kelly in the study's news release.
The data was collected via the UK Millennium Cohort Study, with bedtimes noted at age three, five and seven, and information on behaviour collected from parents and teachers.
Then one day the mummy read a newspaper article that said one in three parents never read their children bedtime stories at night.
Reducing the anxiety, stress or excitement of bedtime is vital for a good night's sleep.
Tip 3: Implement a good bedtime routine as this will create a good sleeping habit for your children.
It can help to treat sleep like a meeting or dentist appointment - set times when your children go to bed and when you start their bedtime routine.