Straight to bed now for straight A’s later.

UK researchers followed over 11,000 children and found that inconsistent bed times, particularly at age 3, could predict poorer mental skills at age 7. They also found these effects may accumulate over time. Girls who had inconsistent sleep patterns at age 3, 5 and 7 had significantly worse scores on reading, math and spatial awareness…

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Regular Time for Bed Important

Analysis of bedtimes at 3, 5, and 7 years old of more than 11,000  children living in the U.K. revealed irregular betimes impact cognitive development. Not having a regular bedtime at age three was associated with lower cognitive scores at age 7 for both boys and girls. Not going to bed at the same time…

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