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I'm going to interpret the question as asking how a parent can manage the bedtimes of siblings of different ages, as I think that's a great question, and answerable (as opposed to asking for an opinion). I have two children, and not only are they of different ages (though closer, a year and a half apart), but the younger one naturally needs more sleep than ...


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Teens should get between 8-10 hours of sleep a night. Since you are at the young end of that range, you should err on the side of needing closer to 10 hours https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/features/students-sleep.htm#:~:text=The%20American%20Academy%20of%20Sleep,10%20hours%20per%2024%20hours So 8:30 is a little early for you, unless you are waking up at ...


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The core things to ensure are: Ensure the device is listed with the appropriate regulatory body (in the US, this would be "UL Listed", but this will vary in other countries). Typically this is explicitly on the label of the device, but you can, and should, also look up the device with the regulatory body (UL listings for example are here. ...


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