It's bedtime, but your child just can't get to sleep This can of course happen from time to time, but you should act if such sleep problems occur more frequently, because restful sleep is particularly important for the development of your child. Possible disruptive factors can be different light sources. But does it really have to be dark in your child's room for them to sleep well?
Darkness creates an optimal sleeping environment
Various studies have found that even small amounts of light can disrupt your child's healthy sleep. This is because the human brain has adapted to the rising and setting of the sun. It becomes active at sunrise