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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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It's important to avoid alcohol, tobacco, or caffeine(*) near bedtime.
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A bedtime story also exercises the child's listening skills and helps build upon his attention span as well.
Because the emotional climate at home can influence routines such as bedtime, Anderson and her colleagues also examined interactions between mothers and their children during a videotaped playtime.
Moreover, various studies show that bedtime storytelling helps facilitate the expansion of a child's vocabulary, which in turn leads to better and faster reading comprehension, and overall early learning.
For the study, a group of 43 infants aged 6-16 months received either graduated extinction, bedtime fading, or sleep education.
as compared to those with the later bedtimes of 9 p.
Psychologists in the US found maths skills of six and seven-year-olds increased significantly when families were given iPad tablets with the Bedtime Math app installed.
In hypertensive patients without diabetes, ingestion of the entire daily dose of one or more blood pressure-lowering medications at bedtime results in significantly improved sleeping blood pressure control and prevention of new-onset diabetes," said Ramon Hermida from University of Vigo, Spain.
The multinational survey of more than 10,000 mothers was designed to investigate the relationship between a bedtime routine - the activities that occur just before lights out - and how well children sleep.
Noa & Nani's kids' beds make bedtime fun and they're great space savers, too.