Children who are sleep deprived and sleep less are more likely to be at risk than their early, resting peers, according to recent research from the University of Birmingham.Professionals have also found that lying down in your head can make you feel overwhelmed even if your children are sleeping well during the night. The experts studied 2,795 Chinese youth, ranging in age from 9 to 12 years. The attendees are all settlers from Guangzhou, South China. The joke has just fallen on the Chinese kid, because these little ones sleep less than their American and European counterparts, so you can see how the index works quality.The correlation seems to be closer than we think: the more the child sleeps, the lower the body mass index. Every hour spent awake at night, the body responds with a higher BMI. This clearly shows that not only the right amount and quality of sleep is important for the health of the children, but also that you do it at the right time.