Study finds active children fall asleep faster

09/21/2009 | Reuters

New Zealand researchers said that more active children have an easier time falling asleep at night and that more sedentary children take longer to fall asleep. The study of 7-year-olds found one hour of vigorous activity reduced the time it took a child to fall asleep by almost six minutes.

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