How to readjust your kid’s sleep schedule

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The end of summer and a new school year will be bringing earlier mornings for your kids.

Helping kids readjust their sleep schedule isn’t an overnight thing.

One Deaconess pediatric nurse said kids from 4-18 should be aiming to get anywhere from eight to 10 hours of sleep per night.

She said it can take several days or even a week to get back in the habit of going to bed and getting up earlier.

The best way to get your kids back in the swing of things is repetition.

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(This story was originally published August 8, 2018)

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