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How to sleep better — kids and grown-ups alike

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

A neuroscientist shares tips on how everyone in the family, both children and adults, can get a better night's sleep.

(CNN)Like many moms, Sofia Axelrod found the lack of sleep really hard after giving birth.

"I wanted to be happy, and I need sleep to make me happy," Axelrod said.

Axelrod spoke to CNN about how to maximize everyone's sleep, from the baby years on.

CNN: Humans instinctively respond to light and get sleep cues from natural and artificial light.

CNN: How does light signal to the brain that it's time to sleep or time to wake up?

CNN: Can introducing red light and limiting overall light exposure help older kids fall asleep more quickly at night?

CNN: Can dimming lights in the evening help get us to sleep?

CNN: What do you think about co-sleeping?

But the research does show that kids who co-sleep take longer to learn to sleep through the night.

Should we never wake a sleeping child?

Kids only need so much sleep in a day.

CNN: There seems to be a critical mass of people who believe that it's better for kids to go to sleep early.

CNN: Many families are a bit off their sleep schedules during the pandemic and going to bed later.

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