Encouraging Good Sleep Habits from Birth to Adulthood
The Science of a Child’s Sleep
How much sleep should my child get?
Babies (birth to 4 months)
Babies (4-12 months)
Toddlers (1-2 years old)
Children (ages 3 to 10)
Adolescents (ages 11 to 18)
What do I do if my child isn’t getting enough sleep?
What are the consequences of my child not sleeping?
I think my child has a sleep disorder
Obstructive sleep apnea
Diagnosis and Treatment
Every child is different and has different sleep needs. The best thing you can do as a parent is help them establish and maintain routine, and do your best to keep life as stress free as you can. If you’re worried about more serious issues, the Biron team is here to help you, with your family doctor’s support. We offer a full range of tests, at home and in the laboratory.
We can diagnose sleep apnea and other sleep disorders and assess the best treatment options for your child. Our team of health professionals trained in sleep care are here to listen to you and your child, consider their needs, and will be there before, during, and after the examination to provide them with a personalized treatment option tailored to their health and lifestyle.