Toddlers, even babies playing with smartphones and tablets can be seen everywhere nowadays. But as more and more young children are given electronic games to play, some parents and researchers are questioning their effects and consequences.
New Study Found That Spending More Time In Front of a Screen May Also Lead To Less Sleep
“It isn’t a very a massive amount when you’re sleeping 10 -12 hours a day in total, but every minute matters in young development because of the benefits of sleep.”
Sleep is one of the essential building blocks of a healthy body and mind, regardless of age. But for babies and toddlers, it is absolutely critical to mental and physical growth. Let the electronic games be an occasional activity and ensure that sleep regains its prominent place in the life of a child.
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