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21-May-2017 23:21

We repeatedly see sleep cycle issues in the children who come to our clinic. But the brain is still in super-fast, “hyper” mode.When we probe, we almost inevitably hear that they’re playing video games, using social media or watching TV for an extended period before they go to bed. We parents usually have to recover pretty fast in situations like that.) The rapid-fire changes on typical screen entertainment are much faster than the typical visual changes of ordinary, unscreened life – the visual changes that our brain has been wired over the millennia to deal with. Your child’s brain was in super-fast, super-busy mode, processing all that visual stimuli. Until it readjusts to real life and a normal pace (which takes time), your child will be bouncing off the walls in an unconscious attempt to find stimuli moving at the artificially fast pace of his brain. The visual system is closely linked to the vestibular system – the sensory system that controls balance and your perception of where your body is in space.So many caring, well-meaning parents are unaware of the developmental damage caused to their children by exposure to screen time and screen media. Reference is made to the potentially harmful effect of media exposure during the rapid brain development period of age 0-2, but most studies – and even the AAP policies – don’t delve into the details of the impact on your child’s brain. (Although the policy indicates that the educational benefits for children under the age of 24 months are low, and come mainly from parent interaction with the child, and not from the media itself.) While the original policy of the AAP called for children older than 5 to be viewing no more than 2 hours of media daily, the updated 2016 recommendations explains that in today’s world, when media is everywhere, a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.In this section of our site you will find: helpful books, articles, crisis hotlines and links to other useful resources for both survivors and loved ones.On our peer support forum members share and receive encouragement as they seek their own recovery and healing from different types of abuse: • physical abuse • sexual abuse • verbal abuse • emotional abuse • ritual abuse Find Out More is an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and we receive 100% of our financial support from fundraising and charitable donations.Most of today’s devices are illuminated by LEDs, which have a much higher percentage of blue lightwaves than any other light source – natural or artificial.

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Night-time exposure to LED-illuminated devices (most of the screens out there today: computers, tablets, phones, flat screen TVs, e-readers, video games) suppresses melatonin and disrupts the natural sleep cycle.

This Scientific American article describes the following study where volunteers spent several evenings reading for a prolonged period of time before a 10PM imposed bedtime. Those who used e-readers took longer to fall asleep, had less REM sleep and felt sleepier and less alert for hours after they woke up in the morning – even if they had gotten the same amount of sleep.

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Here at we continually gather materials that may be useful to those who have experienced childhood abuse.

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Night-time exposure to LED-illuminated devices (most of the screens out there today: computers, tablets, phones, flat screen TVs, e-readers, video games) suppresses melatonin and disrupts the natural sleep cycle.

This Scientific American article describes the following study where volunteers spent several evenings reading for a prolonged period of time before a 10PM imposed bedtime. Those who used e-readers took longer to fall asleep, had less REM sleep and felt sleepier and less alert for hours after they woke up in the morning – even if they had gotten the same amount of sleep.

We are growing on a daily basis, reaching many people from all over the world and offering hope that healing can happen.

Here at we continually gather materials that may be useful to those who have experienced childhood abuse.

I recently acquired a foster dog named Buddy (pictured at the top of this page), a 5 year old Shih Tzu male who had never been previously house trained. For example: Pee here, Go Potty, Be a good boy or girl, etc. This works so much better than scolding him for negative issues.