They should be sleeping eight to 10 hours a day, but children and teenagers here mostly struggle to adopt such a lifestyle, according to the NurtureSG committee, a taskforce formed to promote physical and mental health of children. Former TV host Diana Ser’s three children buck the trend, though.
She enforces a 10-hour sleeping schedule for her children, who are in bed by 8pm every night.
A friend had advised her to start such a routine with her children as growth hormones are released during their sleep.
The 45-year-old said: “People think I am mad, but why wouldn’t you want the best for your children?”
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