Getting a good night’s sleep is so important for us. Something that’s helped my own sleep, as well as my son’s, is yoga.
The Ability Toolkit: A Resource for Parents of Children and Youth with a Disability is an information booklet intended to aid parents in helping children of all abilities to meet the physical activity recommendations of the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines. The toolkit explains the guidelines, provides advice for modifying physical activities to make them more … Continued
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines on “physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep for children under five years of age.” Specifically, it provides recommendations for sedentary screen time, suggesting no more than one hour per day for children ages two to four. The guidelines were developed by a WHO panel of experts … Continued
Effect of media devices detrimental to both sleep duration and quality
Sleep is foundational to activity and well-being
This vicious cycle is adversely affecting our children’s well being
A better alternative to tablets and smartphones
Kids are suffering from the screens in their bedrooms