4 Tips To Help Your Teenager Get A Good Night’s Rest

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A couple of months ago I officially became the mom of a teenager. It’s like I leveled up and have to use my superpower, patience, to survive. 😂 One thing I’ve come to realize, ample rest is a key factor in how a day will go. It is recommended that a teenager should get 8-10 hours of good sleep to stay healthy and have a successful school day. Here are few tips to consider.

Regular Exercise

Now that it’s warmed up a bit here in Ohio, we’ve been getting our park walks in . As it gets warmer we’ll pull the bicycles out. Regular exercise helps you sleep more soundly as well as improve your overall health. Your teen should get about 60 minutes of exercise every day.

Screen Free Time Before Bedtime

Did you know the the lights from the screens of phone, laptops, and tablets interferes with sleep? Having access to these devices also leaves the chance of your teen being up all night on their devices. Circle Home Plus can help with that! Just connect the device to your WiFi and all the devices to be managed. Circle Parental Controls allow you to manage screen time both inside and outside the home, as well settings age-appropriate filters for different websites and apps. My favorite feature is having the option disconnect devices from the internet at bedtime. No more late night scrolling! Now your teen can just focus on getting to bed and getting a good night’s sleep!

Circle Home Plus is available to purchase at meetcircle.com, Amazon, Walmart.com, and BestBuy.com. The Circle App is available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

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No Heavy Eating Before Bedtime

Eating to much before bed can result in a night of tossing and turning as a result of discomfort. In my house, we try not to eat after 8pm.

Sleep Friendly Bedroom

Your teen should have a good sleep environment. A dark, quiet, and comfortable is a good start. Also consider a good mattress and pillow.

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