Sleep is important for overall physical and mental health, and poor sleep quality can have a negative impact on children's well-being.
Children who do not get enough sleep may have difficulty paying attention, learning, and managing their emotions, which can affect their academic performance and overall well-being.
It is important to address and prevent bullying in order to support children's sleep quality and overall well-being.
This may involve educating children, parents, and school staff about the negative impacts of bullying and how to recognize and prevent it, as well as implementing evidence-based programs and policies to prevent and address bullying.
It may also involve promoting positive relationships among children and between children and adults and encouraging children to report bullying incidents and providing support to those who have been affected by bullying.