jeudi, 21 novembre 2019

Efficace ?

L'académie américaine de la médecine du sommeil a revu 52 études publiées sur le sujet. 94% d’entre elles montrent des améliorations significatives pour les endormissements et une réductions des réveils nocturnes. Le sommeil a été amélioré chez 80% des jeunes enfants. Le sommeil de l'enfant s'améliore, l'enfant est plus calme la journée et les parents retrouve un sommeil plus continue et des soirées plus calmes.

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