24th January 2020
Children’s sleep: Good habits like bedtime routines and getting enough exercise during the day can make it easier for your child to fall asleep.
Children’s sleep habits like snoring, night terrors and teeth-grinding are usually harmless, but see a GP if you’re concerned.
Behaviour strategies can help with some sleep problems, like getting out of bed a lot.
You can often handle sleep difficulties by setting up a positive bedtime routine and using our tips to help children sleep better. But you should see your GP if you’re worried that sleep problems are affecting your child’s wellbeing, schoolwork or relationships. You should also see your GP if you’re worried that your child has a medical condition or illness that’s affecting her sleep.