Lie down and play less for today's kids - a British sleep research center has found.
More play and sleep are neededOn average, they go to bed at night 40 minutes less and play with less children today than their grandparents do in their childhood, according to the latest study by the British Sleep Center. Grandparents play 20 hours of at least 3 hours outdoors on a typical school day, but 28 of them say they do not play grandchildren on the open air on weekdays. 24 percent - according to her memories - were ordered to bed between 7 and 8 in the evening, with today's children spending 20 percent between 9 and 9 in the evening. Even though 54 of their grandparents read before bedtime, even one-third of grandchildren do not. 58 of them are looking at bedtime - MTI says. Dinner has also shifted. For grandparents, 70 percent of them eat last night before dinner, with 38 percent of grandchildren following their early meal, 51 percent of them eating between 6 and 8. Two-thirds of grandparents had separate rooms in their childhood, and grandchildren have 75 rooms. Out of 75 percent, 63 percent have their own baby in the nursery. Modern living, having dinner and sleeping, spending less time in the open air and letting kids sleep better .
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