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1 month ago

JJSBelgium

Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

7. Also think of adapted sleeping clothes. A well-fitting pajama that fits comfortably. Not too wide and not too tight. Without tickling labels or edges. When we sleep, our temperature drops 1 ° C. We need more heat around our body. So choose sleeping clothes that match the temperature of the bedroom. If your body is not too hot and not too cold you will sleep better.

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Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

7. Also think of adapted sleeping clothes. A well-fitting pajama that fits comfortably. Not too wide and not too tight. Without tickling labels or edges. When we sleep, our temperature drops 1 ° C. We need more heat around our body. So choose sleeping clothes that match the temperature of the bedroom. If your body is not too hot and not too cold you will sleep better.

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1 month ago

JJSBelgium

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1 month ago

JJSBelgium

Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

6. In a pleasant bed and a cozy but little decorated room, a child feels safe and secure. The bedding also has an influence on our sleep. Sensitive children quickly become over-excited when they have to sleep under stiff, rough or rustling sheets. Rather opt for soft, supple sheets and blankets that follow the shapes of the body well. Easy to rotate and be soft in contact with sensitive skin.

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Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

6. In a pleasant bed and a cozy but little decorated room, a child feels safe and secure. The bedding also has an influence on our sleep. Sensitive children quickly become over-excited when they have to sleep under stiff, rough or rustling sheets. Rather opt for soft, supple sheets and blankets that follow the shapes of the body well. Easy to rotate and be soft in contact with sensitive skin.

https://jjsbelgium.com/sleep-is-important-for-sensitive-children/?lang=en

1 month ago

JJSBelgium

Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

5. Do not put your child in front of a TV or computer screen the last hour before bedtime. This makes it harder for your child to fall asleep. This has to do with our sleep hormone melatonin. Melatonin is produced in humans in the epiphysis and controls our sleep-wake rhythm. In humans, the production of melatonin is directly linked to exposure to light. In the presence of bluish light (due to the sun or artificial light such as television and other screens) the production of melatonin is inhibited. If exposure to light decreases, the natural production of melatonin starts again. For the body this is the signal to prepare for the night.

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Here are 7 tips that contribute to quality sleep:

5. Do not put your child in front of a TV or computer screen the last hour before bedtime. This makes it harder for your child to fall asleep. This has to do with our sleep hormone melatonin. Melatonin is produced in humans in the epiphysis and controls our sleep-wake rhythm. In humans, the production of melatonin is directly linked to exposure to light. In the presence of bluish light (due to the sun or artificial light such as television and other screens) the production of melatonin is inhibited. If exposure to light decreases, the natural production of melatonin starts again. For the body this is the signal to prepare for the night.

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1 month ago

JJSBelgium

Healthy sleep goes through the following four phases:

1. Light transitional sleep or snooze stage

2. Light sleep

3. Deep sleep
This phase ensures physical recovery. Just think of the physical recovery from illness. A sick child will sleep much more because it heals better during sleep and also rebuilds its resistance.

4. Dream sleep REM sleep

In this phase there are rapid eye movements (Rapid Eye Movement) and there is talk of great brain activity. Muscles are completely relaxed.

During REM sleep there is brain activity that is similar to when someone is awake.

The brains during REM sleep are active with dreams, processing information and all kinds of memory functions. During the dream sleep, therefore, great activity of body and mind takes place. This phase therefore costs energy. The function of the dream sleep is to restore the mind and to refresh and process experiences we have gained during the day.

An adult is in REM sleep for 15% of his sleep. With a baby that can be as much as 70%.

The more incentives we have to process, the more we need REM sleep.

A child must have both sufficient REM sleep and deep sleep. The more incentives gained during the day, the more hours of sleep the child needs.

With highly sensitive children and adults (this principle also applies to adults) we notice that they have a lot to do with fatigue. This is a logical consequence of their sensitivity. Because the more incentives you receive, the more you have to process. If we assume that highly sensitive children experience everything up to 10 times more intense than other children, it is only logical that quality sleep is very important to them. If a child has to process a lot, he will be in REM sleep most of the night. That is at the expense of deep sleep. Deep sleep is needed for physical recovery, resistance, growth, organ development and much more.

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Healthy sleep goes through the following four phases:

1. Light transitional sleep or snooze stage

2. Light sleep

3. Deep sleep
This phase ensures physical recovery. Just think of the physical recovery from illness. A sick child will sleep much more because it heals better during sleep and also rebuilds its resistance.

4. Dream sleep REM sleep

In this phase there are rapid eye movements (Rapid Eye Movement) and there is talk of great brain activity. Muscles are completely relaxed.

During REM sleep there is brain activity that is similar to when someone is awake.

The brains during REM sleep are active with dreams, processing information and all kinds of memory functions. During the dream sleep, therefore, great activity of body and mind takes place. This phase therefore costs energy. The function of the dream sleep is to restore the mind and to refresh and process experiences we have gained during the day.

An adult is in REM sleep for 15% of his sleep. With a baby that can be as much as 70%.

The more incentives we have to process, the more we need REM sleep.

A child must have both sufficient REM sleep and deep sleep. The more incentives gained during the day, the more hours of sleep the child needs.

With highly sensitive children and adults (this principle also applies to adults) we notice that they have a lot to do with fatigue. This is a logical consequence of their sensitivity. Because the more incentives you receive, the more you have to process. If we assume that highly sensitive children experience everything up to 10 times more intense than other children, it is only logical that quality sleep is very important to them. If a child has to process a lot, he will be in REM sleep most of the night. That is at the expense of deep sleep. Deep sleep is needed for physical recovery, resistance, growth, organ development and much more.

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