How Much Sleep Do Kids Really Need? [Infographic]

How Much Sleep Do Kids Really Need? [Infographic]

If you’ve wondered how much sleep do kids really need, you’re not alone. There are multiple factors that play a key role in the quality of your child’s sleep, like proper nutrition and controlled screen time. But once you get them to relax and go to bed, how long should you allow them to sleep?

The recommended amount of sleep changes depending on their age range. Learn how to help your child(ren) achieve adequate sleep for more energy throughout their day.

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Infographic: Recommended Amount of Sleep for Kids Based On Age Range

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