You have your sleep report complete with our doctor recommendations, now it’s time to put them into practice. But remember, solving sleep issues doesn’t happen overnight. By trying different tactics over a longer period, you’ll increase the likelihood of finding the ideal sleep practices for your child.
Test in-home expert recommendations or medication changes to discover if simple environmental and habit changes improve your child’s sleep health, revealed in monthly reports showing a comparison against their baseline.
Share the data in your child’s sleep report with their pediatrician to guide you on next steps for your child’s sleep health, while also having ongoing access to their sleep data and monthly comparison reports to see improvements.
Get 100% visibility into the quality of your child’s sleep, understanding of which things you’re already doing right, and personalized, expert recommendations for improving your child’s sleep one night at a time.
If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, then you probably already know there’s a correlation between ADHD and sleep problems. Here’s the truth about sleep problems and ADHD: how they relate, how they feed each other and how they can be confused.
Leo is a sweet kid. But for a while there, he was having some rough days. He had always been sensitive, but in the last couple of years, he was becoming much more emotional and irritable. Around the same time, his parents, Matt and Eleese, were finding that bedtime was even more of a struggle than before. After a while, the entire family was feeling the effects of sleep deprivation.