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Children who sleep poorly perform poorly at school

Children who sleep poorly perform poorly at school

Children who snore or have trouble sleeping are more likely to need school reinforcement. The finding was published in the journal Pediatrics and conducted by a group of researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in the United States. To reach this conclusion, the experts accompanied 11,000 English children. Respiratory problems during sleep, such as snoring, refusing to go to bed, getting up at night or having nightmares around the age of five, was associated with a greater chance that the child would need educational reinforcement at age eight. > Overall, sleep problems were linked to an almost 40% greater risk of need for school reinforcement. However, children with more severe cases of respiratory problems presented a 60% greater need for educational reinforcement. An explanation for the result would be the low oxygenation of the brain during sleep in this period of development. Last week, the American Academy of Pediatrics

issued new recommendations aimed at children and adolescents who snore regularly, proposing monitoring the problem to discover a possible diagnosis of sleep apnea. The problem not only affects the quality of sleep, but also increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, developmental delays, and below-normal growth.

School Performance

In addition to a good night's sleep, other factors can promote child learning. Check out some of them: 1. A study by researchers at the University of Illinois in the United States showed that children accustomed to doing physical activity at least three times a week tended to be smarter in their teens and in the adult life.

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Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine what parent-child jokes can help in the child's development, which directly influences their school performance. 3.

Instead of forcing your child to do homework, help the child do the chores, always in a friendly way. The method brings better school performance, according to a study published in the journal Learning and Individual Differences . 4.

The IMC Body Mass Index (BMI) can also make a difference when it comes to kindergarten. A study of the American Psychological Association showed that physically active and weight-bearing boys and girls within the range considered ideal perform better at school.


Best time for childbirth begins at 39th week of pregnancy

Best time for childbirth begins at 39th week of pregnancy

New recommendations on gestational age considered ideal for the day of delivery were published at the end of October. It seems only one detail, but a week for a baby can make all the difference in your entire life right after your birth and your overall development. Gestation lasts an average of 40 weeks (280 days) from the first day from the last menstrual period until the estimated delivery date.

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How to Make Your Wedding Party a Success

How to Make Your Wedding Party a Success

1) Good music - Try to choose according to the profile and the guests. It could be band, DJ, or both. There may be a special guest singer. But, one thing is for certain, without good music the party will not be a success. 2) Full and icy drink - The bride and groom should study the correct quantities of each drink chosen.

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