1. Preschoolers

Sleep

If preschoolers have sleep issues, routines can help.
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    Is your child getting enough sleep? Get answers to this and other FAQs about children’s sleep, sleep problems, sleep needs and sleep habits. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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    Children need a good night’s sleep. Our tips on how to sleep better can help your child get to sleep and stay asleep. A bedtime routine is a great start. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese

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    Persistent sleep problems affect children’s sleep over a long period. Examples are insomnia, sleep apnoea, restless leg syndrome and narcolepsy. Read more. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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    Bedwetting happens when children don’t wake in the night to wee. There are many bedwetting treatments – talk to your GP about what’s best for your child.

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    Sleepwalking is when your child gets out of bed and walks around as if awake. Sleepwalking doesn’t hurt your child. Most children grow out of sleepwalking.

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