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 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: My son who sleeps barely 10 hours. He wakes up frequently and we have to struggle to put her back to sleep. What should we do?

Ankit (Mumbai, India)

A: There is no hard and fast rule that the child should compulsorily sleep for a certain number of hours. Leave your child alone. He will automatically get used to the routine.


Q: My daughter has been sleepwalking and talking and crying in her sleep. She wakes up screaming and crying. She has not had any bad experiences that I can think of. Does she need medical help?

Amita (Chicago, USA)

A: I think it is advisable to consult a child psychologist in person. Why don't you try sleeping with your child for a few nights? Let her sleep with you in the same room, and hold her as he falls asleep. Give her a warm glass of milk, and don't let her watch any scary movies. In fact, see that she avoids television as far as possible. Even seemingly harmless scenes like wild, flashy lights on the MTV channel, can be disturbing for a child.


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