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Afternoon naps. Falling asleep in the back seat of the car. Having a favorite blankie to help you drift off. Kids know what they’re doing when it comes to sleep. In honor of Better Sleep Month, we’re encouraging you to reconnect with your inner child and sleep like a kid again.
To sleep like a kid, you’ve got to think about sleep like a kid does. We went straight to the source and posed all of our pressing questions about sleep – do we need 8 hours of shut-eye every night? Should we sleep in a dark room? Should we check under the bed for monsters? The answers we got were quite entertaining.
Kids might not have the best understanding of time management, or frankly how many hours are in the day. But it’s clear they know that getting enough sleep is important.
While monsters might not exist (shh don’t tell the kids!), kids understand the benefits of a comfortable sleep environment.
Falling asleep and staying asleep at night can sometimes be a challenge. However, our “experts” know exactly what to do to get you sleeping soundly.
Kids clearly see that a good, quality mattress plays an important role in getting your best zzz’s. They also know that if your mattress doesn’t provide you comfort, it’s not going to work out between you two.
You don’t need to put on special superhero PJ’s or hug a stuffed giraffe to sleep like a kid again. (Unless you like those things, of course. We won’t judge.) There are lots of ways you can become educated and involved in your sleep health during Better Sleep Month. Here are a few ways we can help you sleep like a kid again:
So look through the eyes of the world’s greatest sleepers (young children) this Better Sleep Month, and maybe rediscover your younger self by hearing sleep advice from the youthful.Do you think you can #SleepLikeAKid? It’s time to find out this #BetterSleepMonth. @BetterSleepOrg
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