Sleep is very important for the overall health of children, but did you know that it can also help with their behavioral problems? Researchers at the Youth Development Institute at the University of Georgia in the United States say that getting a good night’s sleep can help children cope with the effects of stressful environments. Linhao Zhang says that during the research we found out what makes some people different from others.
Meanwhile, one mechanism we found is sleep. The researchers studied data from 11,858 nine- to ten-year-olds. They observed that lack of sleep and late bedtimes were related to self-absorbed behavior in children. Sleep delay and autistic behavior were examined at several key points for two years. Meanwhile, it was observed that children who slept less than nine hours or took more than 30 minutes to sleep. Selfish behavior was present in him. Problems like working without any plan and lack of determination were also found in him.