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  • Night Terrors for Parents


    A night terror seems similar to a nightmare, but it's far more dramatic. Night terrors can be alarming, but aren't usually cause for concern or a sign of a medical issue.

  • Your Kid's Sleep for Parents


    From bedwetting to bedsharing, guidelines and advice on a variety of sleep-related topics.

  • Sleep and Your Preschooler for Parents


    Preschoolers sleep about 10 to 13 hours during each 24-hour period, and it's important to help them develop good habits for getting to sleep.

  • Sleep and Your School-Aged Child for Parents


    School-age kids need 9–12 hours of sleep a night. If they don't get it, they may be cranky or moody, hyper, and have behavior problems.

  • Sleep Disorders for Parents


    Learn about problems that can affect sleep.

  • Nightmares for Parents


    Nightmares aren't totally preventable, but parents can help kids feel better when they have one and ease their transition back to sleep.

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea for Parents


    Brief pauses in breathing during sleep can be normal. But when breathing stops often or for longer periods, it can be a cause for concern.

  • Sleep for Parents


    How much sleep do kids need? Find out their age-by-age sleep needs, and learn about common sleep problems.

  • Sleepwalking for Parents


    Although it can be unnerving to see, sleepwalking is actually very common in kids. Here's how to keep your young sleepwalker safe.

  • Kids and Sleep for Parents


    Getting enough sleep can be a problem for children of any age. Here's how to know if your kids get enough sleep.