and a cohort of 43? Ummm yeah. You would get better results from this forum. I'm taking the study with a grain of salt and that's being polite.
It is not a medical fact.
It is a damaging to treat it like it is.
Not all children need a set level of hours of sleep in a 24 hour period.
There is a average amount but not a set in stone amount.
A lot of conditions that cause children to need less sleep can't be diagnosed until later in childhood. So as a mum of a young child that doesn't sleep to the average 12 hours can feel like they are failing. When in they are doing the best possible for their child.
Pregnant for the first-time?
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