Doctor insights on:
Is Nap Time Beneficial To Kindergarten Children
Get help now ›
Get help now ›
She is breaking out in hives & has fainted 26 times in 1week. 6 ER visits. 1 child @ home and 1 in kindergarten class has fainted. Any ideas?
Confusing: Please state more clearly....child or mother or both have problem. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Raped in kindergarten, made me bleed in both anus and vagina. Happened several times. Hurt to go to the bathroom. Why would it bleed? Is this bad?
I am so sorry.: What a sad thing to hear that you were sexually assaulted as a young child! I am not surprised that you had bleeding. Your tissues as a five-year-old were certainly not ready for any sort of penetration. Even consenting adults in loving relationships often use lubricants for greater comfort during sex. I am assuming things are back to normal, and i hope you have sought counseling to help you. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Is it better to take lots of little naps or to try to stay up to get on new time zone when travelling far?
No data: No clear answer to your question. My guess is staying up and not napping is more likely to get you back on track quicker, but if necessary a nap probably won't hurt. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My son wakes up in middle of the night a few times a month for 2-3 hrs at time and is wide awake. Naps fine. Sleeps 10-12hrs night. Solutions? Reasons
Going through phase: If his energy during the day is good and his growth and development is normal then don't worry. Just try to stick with a regular nap/play schedule and it should resolve. As for your insomnia, you do have my sympathies! ...Read moreGet help now ›
What is considered the maximum amount of minutes for a nap to be beneficial to your health (life)?
It depends: It depends upon how much you are sleeping at night. Some people benefit from "power naps" for about 15-20 minutes, others need longer nap times. Prolonged naps may interfere with your night time sleep. Here are more tips on sleep and sleep hygiene http://www.Princeton.Edu/uhs/healthy-living/hot-topics/sleep-hygiene/. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My friend has a terrible lifestyle: he goes to bed at 3am daily and uses FB until that time. He takes naps during the day. How can I help him? SoSorry
Helping a friend: A great place to start is to think about how your friend's behavior is impacting you? Are you worried, do you spend less time together, have you noticed his functioning decline. Ask him permission to share your observations and let him know in your own words you are looking out for him. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Varies: The need for naps varies considerably across children, along with the overall trend of decreasing need over time. Total sleep over the day is the key. Trouble is those who fight taking naps divide broadly into those who really need one and those who don't. In general, toddlers benefit from an afternoon nap; if it's a struggle, look at ways of making it more routine and less of a battle. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Is taking a nap guarantee wil bring benefit or it jus wasting of time coz i wake up guitily.If it brings benefit how should the quality of a nap be?
Away with guilt!: Many people find a power nap (eve if you don't completely fall asleep) of about 15 minutes helpful to re-charge them for the rest of the day. If you sleep for a long period of time you can wake up groggy. Normal guilt is when you go against your value system and are getting feedback. Neurotic guilt is excessive, and hopefully that's not your case. ...Read moreGet help now ›
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- What is recovery time after surgery to remove a dermoid cyst?
- Is it ok to wear reading glasses all the time?
- Is it normal for me to be wet all the time on my vaginal area it drives me crazy?
- What is the best time of the day to take clomiphene citrate?
- Is it ok to wash my vagina after each time i pee?
- Is it ok to take miralax daily for long periods of time for constipation?
- What time of the month is it best to have unprotected sex and not be pregnant?
- When is the best time to take claritin
- Talk to a pediatrician online for free