Sleep is great for your child’s mental and physical development— but it can be challenging to get a good night’s rest when your little one is living with a hearing condition. Research highlights that medical conditions are one of the top factors that disrupt the sleep quality
of children. Unfortunately, this bounces back: poor sleep quality can further aggravate a child's condition, and continue the cycle.
This can be very concerning for parents who simply want the best for their child’s health and well-being. Here are a few tips for parents who want to help children with hearing impairments get a good night's sleep.
Waking up early to the sound of your toddler screaming “Mama!” at 5am is not exactly the most peaceful way to start your day.
Early morning wake-ups are a very common challenge that parents face, and they can also be one of the most frustrating issues to fix. Many toddlers get stuck in a cycle of waking up early that they can’t seem to break out of.
But the good news is that there are a few ways you can help curb this cycle, and it starts with understanding why it happens in the first place.