Sleep is as important as nutritious food, especially for your children. Why? Because your child requires quality sleep soundly at night for their growth and development. A good night’s sleep can build brain function, support the physical growth, and is closely linked to their mood in the morning.
According to the pediatrician, during sleep, the brain still worked, and continue to record all activity during sleep. So the brains of infants and children remain active while awake or play and also while they were sleeping soundly.
When asleep, our brains do not like the lights off completely dark, even during sleep our brain is still busy saving the memory and nerves that are still active. Continue reading