Pediatric Sleep Library

Pediatric Sleep Library

Want to learn more about infant and childhood sleep? While most of the research can only be accessed through a paid subscription, some is available without restriction. These open access articles reflect a portion of the growing body of knowledge on pediatric sleep....

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Why the Spring Time Change is So Much Easier for Kids!

Why the Spring Time Change is So Much Easier for Kids!

On Sunday, March 8th, we'll spring forward one hour. We think of it as losing one hour of sleep--but what's actually happening is that you are asking your body to behave more like a morning person for the next 8 months of the year. Here's why that's pretty simple for...

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Adjusting for the Fall Time Change

Adjusting for the Fall Time Change

You look at the clock to know what time it is. How does your body know what time it is? Learn more, and find out how to help your child adjust out of Daylight Saving Time.

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Facing Bedtime Fears

Facing Bedtime Fears

The dark. Spiders. Monsters. Being alone. Fears that have interrupted children’s and parents’ sleep for millennia. How common are nighttime fears? 4-6 year olds: 59% 7-9 year olds: 85% 10-12 year olds: 80% Adolescents: 49% ((Muris, P., Merckelbach, H., Ollendick, T....

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I'm ready for a good night's sleep

Welcome to Once Upon A Bedtime

A good night’s sleep isn’t just the stuff of fairy tales. It’s the spine that holds the book of life together.

My passion is to give you and your family the tools you need to rest well so you can live life to the fullest.