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Preparing for your child to go back to daycare or virtual school? Here's how you can avoid &quot

As we've been at home during the pandemic our schedules have shifted, with many children going to bed and waking later than they would under normal circumstances. When a child's sleep schedule is mismatched from their social schedule a phenomenon called social jet lag can occur. You have probably experienced actual jet lag when you've traveled across time zones. The biological underpinnings of social jet lag are the same as with actual jet lag and it can cause sleep loss and daytime crankiness for your child, which can lead to a sleep regression. What is social jet lag? The term 'social jet lag' was coined by a German researcher, Professor Till Roenneberg, who observed that many people sleep

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