We asked one of our Knit sleep experts to give a seminar to parents who were looking for answers about their child's sleep. Dr. Michelle Jonelis led an hour-long discussion on topics that ranged from best practices to help your child get healthy sleep, to light bulbs that allow melatonin production at the right time, to the science behind why some kids (and adults) have breathing disturbances during their sleep. With excellent questions from attendees and great advice, we highly recommend that you watch the recording of this seminar - you can’t help but learn something!
About the Expert
Dr. Jonelis is Board Certified in Neurology and Sleep Medicine and has received additional training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. She is a practicing Sleep Medicine physician in the San Francisco Bay Area and completed her medical training at the University of California, San Francisco and Stanford University.
If you have questions about your child’s sleep (or your own sleep) and want access to a sleep expert, start by getting a Knit sleep assessment. Knit uses non-wearable, motion-sensor technology to gather sleep data and insights, which are analyzed in an in-depth report by sleep experts who provide actionable recommendations to improve. With your report in hand, Knit users are able to ask an expert a specific question or can skip the long wait times to speak directly with a sleep medicine specialist. Here’s more information about post-report expert services. Get your or your child's sleep assessed by Knit today to take the first step to great sleep and experts who can help.