When most people think about who is likely to suffer sleep problems they make think other adults like themselves. However, more and more parents are finding that their kids exhibit symptoms of childhood insomnia.
30-40% of parents find their children (between ages 2-14) have trouble going to sleep or refuse to go to sleep. There may be a reason these symptoms started, and it’s possible to help treat it. If you want to find out the causes and tips you can use to help your child get the rest they should be getting, keep reading.