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Make Bedtime Better

By Elizabeth Hurchalla

When it's time to brush their teeth and go to bed, many kids go into meltdown mode. They refuse to put on pajamas, plead for "just one more story," and get up at least ten times once you put them down. If this sounds familiar, you're not alone. Follow these steps for combating bedtime bummers and put more ease in your Zs.

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By Elizabeth Hurchalla

When it's time to brush their teeth and go to bed, many kids go into meltdown mode. They refuse to put on pajamas, plead for "just one more story," and get up at least ten times once you put them down. If this sounds familiar, you're not alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation, an independent non-profit organization, two-thirds of American children experience frequent sleep problems including difficulty falling asleep; stalling for later bedtimes; and resisting going to bed. But just because this is a common epidemic doesn't mean it's inevitable. Follow these steps for combating bedtime bummers and put more ease in your Zs.

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