Parkway SleepHealth Centers Releases Podcast on the Importance of Sleep for Children

Director of Operations for Cary-Based Sleep Health Center Discusses Ways Children Can Receive Adequate Sleep

Cary, NC, January 10, 2013 --( Parkway SleepHealth Centers (, a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, has announced the release of a podcast on the importance of sleep for children. In this podcast, Brent Brandow, director of operations, discusses how much sleep children need, what aspects of life are affected by the amount of sleep children receive, ways that parents can ensure their children are receiving appropriate amounts of sleep for their age, which sleep disorders are most prominent among children and how a child’s sleep pattern shifts as they reach adolescence. To listen to the full podcast, visit

“In order for children to sustain the amount of energy that is necessary at their age, we have to start with making sure they are receiving adequate sleep each night,” said Brandow. “Parents need to know the different distractions that can throw off a child’s sleep pattern and ways they can help their child receive sufficient sleep each night.”

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Parkway SleepHealth Centers is a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Located in Cary, N.C., Parkway SleepHealth Centers provides all-inclusive health management services in an effort to address and improve individual sleep behavior for men, women and children suffering from more than 70 different kinds of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia. Parkway SleepHealth Centers works as a collaborative team of medical professionals to oversee the ongoing care and treatment of sleep health, including physician consultations, diagnostic testing and sleep management programs. For more information, visit

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