Optimizing sleeping for different ages

How to optimizing sleeping for different ages to maintain balance in the body? . In the short term, too little sleep may not have the same impact on health in the long term as you get older. Which is a condition that can lead to an unprecedented number of deadly diseases.

Infancy from birth – 3 months

This age is very important for a baby’s health. Usually babies at this age spend most of the time sleeping, about 16-18 hours / day, but will sleep at intervals for a long time.

Therefore, the duty of parents is to wait for the feeding and convince them to go to bed. As well as provide an environment suitable for relaxation as possible

Infants from 4 to 12 months

After the first 3 months the baby will spend most of the day sleeping. His life clock will begin to adjust. Can be separated during the day – night By the time the optimal sleep for infants at this age is approximately 12 – 16 hours / day.

This is also an age when parents have to watch closely to ensure that they can get enough rest without disturbance

Young infancy from 1 – 2 years

After growing up and being able to enjoy the environment around them. Children this age are getting naughty and consuming quite a lot of energy during the day. Therefore, there is a main nap periodically, especially after a tiring day of eating or playing fun.

In the night, I still sleep longer. In which children at this age should sleep at least 11-14 hours / day

Pre-kindergarten age from 3 – 5 years

Children at this age are getting bigger and able to take care of themselves to some extent. It is considered a very mischievous and challenging parent, so if there are activities for him to do like playing games, watching television, or playing other fun things, he will start to sleep later than usual.

It is the duty of parents to send their children to bed so that they can sleep at least 10 – 13 hours / day.

School age from 6 – 12 years

After starting school there were many friends and activities. Including homework and special schooling may make children at this age begin to have less time to sleep. In particular, there may be no time for naps during the day. So he slept even longer at night.

Which parents should ensure that he has at least 9-12 hours to rest. Children at this age may have other things to do at night, such as playing games and late night chatting with friends, which can affect their health and growth.

Teens 13 – 18 years

It is the age when children are moving beyond adolescence, making children at this age begin to have less time to sleep at night. Whether it is an obligation from studying Getting a girlfriend Increased activity

Many people may be athletes or start doing supplemental work to earn money, which can affect their rest, however, to stay healthy. Teenagers should rest at least 8-10 hours / day, especially anyone who wants to increase their height. During this age, the body does not stop growing, so you should get enough sleep so that your body can grow to its full potential.

Adult age 18 years and over

When stepping into adulthood With job duties Responsibility And increasing activities may reduce time to rest. But in fact Adults should have at least 8 hours of sleep per day or more.

To maintain balance in the body Because staying up late or not getting enough sleep at this age can lead to many health problems. Whether obesity High blood pressure, stress and heart disease.

Getting enough sleep is very important to your health and growth. In which at different ages The rest of the body is different as the body grows.

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