Help Your Child Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Want to help you child sleep better at night? Start by looking at your child’s entire day, and not just the hours before bedtime. The advice comes from Physiotherapist, Rikke Randrup Skaaning, who helps sleep-deprived families return to a good night’s sleep.    


  • Physiotherapist, Rikke Randrup Skaaning, advises families who are struggling with sleepless nights to:  
  • Take a look at the child’s entire day. Has there been enough physical activity and social interaction during the day?   
  • Limit screen time and remove phones and tablets from the bedroom altogether.  
  • Warm hugs and cuddling help to release two sleep-boosting hormones. 

Limit Screen Time During the Day  

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