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Kids Bedtime Routine | Sleep Hub | Bensons for Beds

Posted by Silentnight on 6th Nov 2020

Kids Bedtime Routine | Sleep Hub | Bensons for Beds

A regular bedtime routine is important not only for children, but for all of the family. Bath Book Bed is the simple solution to sleepless nights to help families in the UK tackle what can be a difficult task: bedtime.

Establishing a good bedtime routine is an integral part of your child's development and helps to ensure they have a great night's sleep. Simple things like bathing your children, reading them a bedtime story and making sure the room is a comfortable temperature, are key to getting a good night's sleep.

If you're struggling to get your children to stick to a regular bedtime, why not try to follow Silentnight’s tips to help ensure your child has a great night's sleep?


Technology-free

Research has proven that by having a constant stream of light enter our eyes before we go to sleep, we are actually telling our brains that we want to be awake. An hour or so before children go to bed, rule out any blue light. This means no TV, tablets, mobile phones or anything else like this. Your child's bedroom should always be a technology-free environment to encourage sleep.


Comfortable and supporting mattresses 

Silentnight have developed tried and tested kid’s mattresses which are extra breathable to keep children cool throughout the night. Provide excellent support for growing bodies and healthy minds with the added bonus of being chemical treatment and foam free. Shop Silentnight kids here (insert link to Kids mattresses)


Regular bedtimes

Over 50% of children don't have a regular bedtime, but here at Silentnight we believe that this is important. We suggest sticking to a regular bedtime, even if children don’t have school the next day. An ideal time for pre-teens would be no later than 8.30pm.


Pre-sleep routine

The few hours before bed can be just as important as actual bedtime. Create a calming pre-sleep routine for your children with relaxing baths with lavender, a milky drink or reading stories. It'll help them wind down and feel ready for bed.


Have a chat

One of the big reasons some children don't sleep is worry. Talk to your child about any concerns they may have before bedtime, this should help ease their worries.

Sleep-friendly bedroomBedrooms need to be sleep-friendly, with a cool environment. Freshly washed bedding, possibly lavender-fragranced, can make the room feel calming and relaxing.