Skip to content Skip to navigation. Also, as their brains mature during puberty, children can stay awake for longer. Lack of sleep can make it harder for your child to behave well, regulate emotions, pay attention and do well at school, and get along with others. Good health and nutrition Make sure your child has a satisfying evening meal at a reasonable time. Encourage your child to get as much natural light as possible during the day, especially in the morning. Encourage your child to do some physical activity during the day, but not too late at night. Suggest your child tries some mindfulness exercises to calm his anxious or active mind before sleep. Worries, fears and anxiety If your child has worries that keep her awake at night, try talking about them together during the day. This helps the body feel ready for sleep at night.
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