Think your child has a sleeping problem? It may be in your head
from Globe and Mail
Parents who don't get enough rest are more likely to conjure sleep difficulties for their children that don't Researchers compared sleep patterns that parents reported for themselves and their kids to readouts from gadgets called "actigraphs" that used motion detectors to assess how well children actually slept. When the actigraphs said kids had slept just fine, the parents with sleep struggles of their own still tended to report sleep disturbances in their children.
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