*Is your child difficult to wake in the morning?
*Does your child have trouble concentrating or focusing during activities?
*Is your child overly emotional (explosive temper tantrums, easily hurt feelings, no patience)?
*Does your child get hyperactive or wired?
*Does your child display defiant or contrary behavior?
*Is your little one taking long or excessive naps?
*Does your child have difficulty falling and/or staying asleep?
*Does your little one fall asleep as soon as he/she gets into bed (falling asleep should take about 15-20 minutes for a healthy sleeper)?
*Does your little one have an increased appetite?
*Is your child clumsy or accident prone?
*Is your child having frenzied conversations or talking excessively?
If you answered no to the majority of these questions then chances are your child does not have a sleep problem. However, if you answered yes to the majority of these questions you might want to take a closer look at your child's quality and quantity of sleep.
If you suspect that your young child is not getting the healthy sleep that he/she needs, please do not hesitate to contact Rest Well Baby Pediatric Sleep Solutions (www.restwellbaby.com) to learn about our gentle sleep coaching services and to schedule a FREE 15 minute initial phone call anywhere in the United States. Rest Well Baby - helping tired families get the sleep they need!
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