ABCs of SLEEPING: A review of the evidence behind pediatric sleep practice recommendations.

@article{Allen2016ABCsOS,
  title={ABCs of SLEEPING: A review of the evidence behind pediatric sleep practice recommendations.},
  author={Stephanie L Allen and Melissa D Howlett and J Aim{\'e}e Coulombe and Penny V Corkum},
  journal={Sleep medicine reviews},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={1-14}
}
The ABCs of SLEEPING mnemonic was developed to serve as an organizing framework for common pediatric sleep recommendations. The mnemonic stands for 1) age appropriate bedtimes and wake-times with consistency, 2) schedules and routines, 3) location, 4) exercise and diet, 5) no electronics in the bedroom or before bed, 6) positivity 7) independence when falling asleep and 8) needs of child met during the day, 9) equal great sleep. This review examines the empirical evidence behind the practices… CONTINUE READING

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