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  • Preschoolers generally sleep 10 to 13 hours in a 24-hour period, and some children will no longer have daytime naps.
  • Many preschoolers will have nightmares and night terrors and may want to get into bed with you for comfort. There are a few sleep solutions and strategies to help your family.  
  • Night-time bedwetting is common at this age, as many preschoolers are no longer wearing nappies overnight.

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Reviewed on: 27-03-2023