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Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC)

Limit-Setting Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood: Overview, Risk Factors and More | KK Women's and Children's Hospital

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - What it is

In limit-setting type BIC, inadequate enforcement of bedtime limits by parents result in the child delaying bedtime or refusing to go to bed.

How common is it?

Bedtime resistance is estimated to be present in 10 to 30 percent of preschoolers. About 15 percent of children aged 4 to 10 years old may still have significant limit-setting sleep issues.

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - How to prevent?

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - Diagnosis

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - Preparing for surgery

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - Post-surgery care

Limit-Setting Type Behavioural Insomnia in Childhood (BIC) - Other Information

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