Morning Struggles in the Fall
Have Mornings Been Tougher This Fall?
Are Your Little Ones Struggling More In The Morning?
If you live in the northern hemisphere where fall nights are growing ever longer, the way to eliminate those morning struggles may be to shift your child’s bedtime 15-45 minutes earlier. We are mammals and during fall and winter we crave more sleep. So, if you are finding yourself dragging your children out of bed in the morning know that this is not a “behavior” issue, but a body clock saying, “It’s cold and dark out there. Let’s just stay in bed!”
For More Information and strategies to adjust bedtimes for changing seasons grab a copy of my book Sleepless in America! Check my website and available at Amazon;
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