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March 12, 2013MO |  By: Swetnam

Sleepy Children

Springing forward for daylight-savings last weekend may have some off of their normal sleep schedule.

Children are not immune from the challenge either. Renee Wasserman of Sleepy Head Solutions says you can combat this problem by controlling your child's environment.

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Wasserman also advises against letting your child nap longer than normal following day-light savings time.