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The Interaction between Lockdown-Specific Conditions and Family-Specific Variables Explains the Presence of Child Insomnia during COVID-19: A Key Response to the Current Debate

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

An article published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health by Florian Lecuelle (PAM et WAKING CRNL), Patricia Franco (WAKING CRNL) and Benjamin Putois (PAM CRNL) on COVID and child-mother sleep.

This study shows that one in two children under 5 years of age may suffer from sleep disturbances due to the confinement conditions associated with COVID-19. The impact of confinement on the sleep of young children aged 6 months to 5 years can be determined by an interaction between the type of confinement (more or less strict) and family variables.