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a rate that has concerned the nation. There has been little research done on sleep problems with infants and toddlers in Japan and almost none about "yonaki" written in English, he says.

"In the past, only the father worked in Japan, but now both parents working is very common," he says. "Yonaki or night-waking makes the parents especially the mother exhausted due to sleep deprivation. Sometimes child abuse occurs because of babies non-stop crying."

Pediatricians have insufficient knowledge about SRNC and medical schools in Japan also have little knowledge about sleep, developmental behavioral pediatrics and child psychiatry. It is a new field for research, Fukumizu says.

Many tired parents have been asking pediatricians why their children cry at night and, says Fukumizu, "I wanted to contribute to the comprehension of infant and toddler sleep problems."

The research findings have universal application to other cultures besides Japan because co-sleeping and particularly, partial co-sleeping are increasingly common in the U.S. For this reason, these results have general implications for recommendations to parents and for describing the development of consolidated, full-night sleeping in infants and toddlers.


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Contact: Marie Hayes
mhayes@maine.edu
207-581-2039
University of Maine
31-Mar-2005


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