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Sleep and your child

Bedwetting in children

Bedwetting is common in young children. Here are tips including using bedwetting alarms and nightlights to help and support your child with bedwetting...

Good sleep habits for infants and children

Getting a good night's sleep is important for a child's development and growth. Here are tips to encourage good sleeping habits.

Helping your child sleep through the night

Help your child develop a healthy sleeping pattern, sleep longer and wake less often. Learn more about how your child can develop good sleeping habits...

Nightmares and night terrors in children

Find out more about nightmares and night terrors in young children, what you can do to settle your child back to sleep and when to seek further help.

Sleep problems in children

Some young children suffer from sleeping problems, such as sleepwalking, insomnia, night terrors and sleep rocking.

Sleepwalking in children

Sleepwalking can be a fairly common sleep disorder in young children. Find out more about sleepwalking.

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