Health Tip: Does Your Child Need a Nap?

Signs that say yes

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(HealthDay News) -- Children need plenty of sleep to keep them healthy and happy.

Take note of these warning signs that your child may need a daily nap, courtesy of the Nemours Foundation:

  • Acting sleepy during the day.
  • Acting cranky or fussy late in the afternoon.
  • Difficulty getting out of bed in the morning.
  • Difficulty concentrating, hyperactivity, impatience or aggression.
  • Problems concentrating on school work or other tasks.

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