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If your child kicks up a fuss when it’s bedtime, keeps coming downstairs after you have put them to bed or wakes during the night, you’ve come to the right place. Sleep issues in children can be a tricky issue to deal with.
In the evening or at night, when you’re tired, it can be hard to know what to do to tackle your child’s reluctance to sleep.
Not only that, but sleep deprivation can have significant effect on your whole family.
You and your child can get grumpy and irritable, and family life can get a bit strained.