Sleep Problems Affect Children’s Reading Ability: Study | Oman weather
Being a good reader is a good predictor of academic success and improved outcomes in life.
Washington (United States): According to new research, it has been observed that sleep problems can affect children’s reading ability.
In the study published in the British Journal of Educational Psychology which included 339 children between the ages of four and 14, parents were asked to complete questionnaires about their children’s sleep, while children completed an effectiveness test. reading words. Children whose parents reported increased sleep breathing disturbances, daytime sleepiness, and a short time to fall asleep (which is usually associated with increased fatigue) performed poorer on word reading tasks and non-words.
“Being a good reader is a good predictor of academic success and improved life outcomes, so we recommend screening children with sleep problems for reading difficulties and children with reading difficulties for sleep problems, âsaid corresponding author Anna Joyce, PhD, MSc, from Regent’s University in London.
Anna added, âScreening for and treating sleep and literacy disorders at an early age could help improve life outcomes for all children. ”