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How tech does (and doesn't) help babies sleep

Avoid screen time, but do try a sleep clock.
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May 21, 2019
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The truth is, technology probably does more to interrupt a child's sleep than help induce it Both exposure to screens and addictive routines can keep a kid awake. That said, certain gadgets, like a sleep clock, could help establish a healthy sleep cycle.

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