“There are two periods of maximum sleepiness — the late afternoon (from around 3 to 5 PM) and the end of the night (from around 3 to 5 a.m.). There are also two periods of maximum alertness — around 1 a.m. in the morning and 1 p.m. in the afternoon.” | 16 Surprising Facts About How You Sleep
Now that Winter is four-months-old, our routines are getting more defined and predictable. Winter has yet to consolidate her naps, so she’ll usually sleep for 20-45 minutes, play, eat and repeat within a three-hour time frame. I definitely do not get much done during her naps, not only because she doesn't sleep for very long, but also because I end up spending at least 15 minutes peaking through the crack of the door to look at her or take pictures.
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Ann Trujillo Pin 2. This pin is relevant because both the chapter and this pin mention sleep patterns of adolescences and the amount of sleep they need. At ages 12-25 people are at a higher risk for problems with sleepiness. Sleep in an important part of growing up and maturing healthy both mentally and physically.