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TODAY   |  October 14, 2013

Regular bedtime proves beneficial in kids’ behavior

A new study shows that children with “irregular” bedtimes are more likely to have behavioral problems as they grow older.

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>>> getting your kids to bed on time might be more important than you think. kids with irregular bedtimes may be more likely to have behavior problems. researchers gathered information on more than 10,000 kids, as children got older, behavior scores worse bed for kids without a regular bedtime. however, kids with more regular bedtime had clear improvements in their behavior.