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Poor Sleep Ages Your Brain

Getting years of poor sleep can actually age your brain and slow its functioning. As always, more and more studies are revealing just how important it is to maintain a regular sleep pattern throughout your entire life. According to a recent study, poor quality sleep increases the risk of having impaired mental facilities by up to 50 percent, which is equivalent to a five-year increase in age. 

Improve Your Child’s Learning by Creating a Healthy Sleep Pattern

As the school year starts again, parents should be reminded that poor sleep can impact their child’s learning. Summer can dramatically affect sleep schedules but it is important to get in the back-to-school routine.