Now you can see children staring at mobile screens, computer screens, tablets, iPads and so on. Maybe when you finish reading this article, someone will invent a new screen for children to stare at. In addition, some parents put electronic products in their children’s bedrooms. In fact, it has a great effect on children’s sleep. Today we are going to talk about the related topics for you.
Please remove the electronic products with “light exposure” from the children’s bedroom
According to the introduction, the research team of Shanghai Children’s Medical Center investigated 2249 fifth grade students in 10 primary schools in Shanghai and found that 451 children (i.e. more than 1 hour difference between weekend and normal sleep time) had enough sleep time on weekends, accounting for 22.2% of the total; 258 children (less than or equal to 9 hours) had insufficient sleep time on weekends, accounting for 12.7% of the total; 234 children had enough sleep time (more than or equal to 10 hours) in normal times and weekends, accounting for 11.5% of the total. This means that only 10% of the fifth grade students in Shanghai primary school have enough sleep.
After further comparison, the researchers found that the incidence of poor sleep quality was as high as 33.8% among the children who had more than one hour of compensatory sleep time, which was higher than that of the children who had insufficient sleep time both on weekdays and weekends. Jiang Fan believes that the more children sleep, the more serious their lack of daily sleep, parents should protect their normal sleep time, rather than expect to sleep in the rest day.
The survey also found that the problem of “light exposure” in children’s sleep is becoming more and more serious in China. Compared with 2005, the proportion of children with TV or computer in their bedrooms increased from 18.5% and 18.3% to 30.4% and 26.1% respectively. “Bad sleep habits like playing games, watching TV and chatting on the phone before going to bed can reduce sleep quality,” Jiang said. The problem of “light exposure” brought about by electronic products will not only inhibit the brain’s secretion of pinesin (a sleep promoting hormone), but also cause children to stay in light sleep for a long time due to over excitation. “
Please remove the electronic products that bring “light exposure” from the children’s bedroom. Don’t let the influence of children’s hand electronic products delay the quality of sleep. After all, children’s health is the most important thing. If you have any questions about children’s home-based knowledge such as electric shock prevention, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s electric shock prevention common sense column.