While reinforcing sedentary behaviours, commercial TV also exposes children to advertisements for unhealthy foods and encourages snacking, which increases overall food intake 82 , The amount of time spent viewing screens before bedtime is associated with an increase in sleep problems for this age group 6 , 85 , and evidence suggests that volume of screen time—rather than content alone—is detrimental to sleep patterns 45 , 53 , 86 , The presence of any electronic device in a bedroom is associated with fewer minutes of sleep per night, due in part to melatonin suppression 26 , Children younger than 5 years require active play and quality family time to develop essential life skills, such as language, self-regulation and creative thinking.
Regardless of age, children should not have to compete with screens for parental attention. When parents model healthy screen habits, they:. Minimize their own screen use when young children are present, especially for mealtimes, play and other prime opportunities for social learning. Help children to recognize and question advertising messages, stereotyping and other problematic content, and ensure that media used in the presence of children is free of such content.
To promote child health and development in a digital world, physicians and other health care providers should counsel parents and caregivers of young children on the appropriate use of screen time. Specific recommendations include the following:. Ensure that sedentary screen time is not a routine part of child care for children younger than 5 years.
Avoid screens for at least 1 hour before bedtime, given the potential for melatonin-suppressing effects. Mitigate reduce the risks associated with screen time:.
Conduct a self-assessment of current screen habits and develop a family media plan for when, how and where screens may and may not be used. Help children recognize and question advertising messages, stereotyping and other problematic content. What kind of screens are in your home e. Which does your child use? How often is a screen on in the background although no one is really watching? Do you know how much these are used?
Does your child use any kind of screen before bedtime? How long before bedtime? Does your child take mobile devices into the bedroom?
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