False insomnia – a common childhood disease

Sleep is a period of time for the child’s body to save energy, restore normal processes, promote height growth and support brain development.

Sleep changes dramatically in the first few years of life, which goes hand in hand with the maturity and physical development of the child.

“Big differences in sleep behavior in children can be attributed to cultural or genetic differences,” says medical experts.

Newborns require the greatest total sleep time and have a waking pattern – discrete sleep.

Starting from 5 months of age, babies will sleep for longer periods of time.

In addition, breastfed babies are more often awakened, the duration of sleep is shorter, and the total duration of sleep is slightly shorter.