In the child’s performance and wellbeing, everything matters: from waking up to sleep, according to medical experts. How to make sure that the child does not stay up until midnight and finds time for rest and hobbies in the usual scenario of school life? How to make a student’s daily routine correctly? The editorial staff of NT will try to answer these questions based on the recommendations of experts.
A typical picture: children stay up until late for lessons or games, and in the morning they cannot easily wake up, they go to school sluggishly. Hence fatigue, drowsiness and grumpiness. The reason for this is a simple non-observance of the daily routine. Unfortunately, we forget that humans are part of nature, and it is so arranged that our body has periods of decline in activity and, conversely, an increase in efficiency. Often, due to lack of knowledge, we confuse this time. When children need to rest, we make them do homework, when they need to study hard, they walk. Few people know that the first wave of our activity occurs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the second wave falls on the evening, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. It is at this time that it is good for studying, doing homework and going to sport sections and clubs.