01 Oct Baby not sleeping? How to avoid those sleepless nights
As parents, we’ve all seen it: Since your precious little one has arrived, getting a good night’s sleep has been nothing but a distant memory. During the early days of life with a new-born, we tend to be so focused on our baby’s health and wellbeing that sleepless nights seem like a small price to pay. By month three, we end up pretending to be asleep in hope that your partner is getting up instead. As sleep deprivation sets in, parents are often desperate for help getting their babies to sleep more soundly at night.
Getting enough sleep is particularly important for infants as the growth hormone needed for tissue and muscle development is primarily released during sleep. What parents need to understand is that babies will develop the ability to sleep well naturally – just as they learn how to walk. However, this can take shorter or longer depending on the individual baby and there are some things we can do as parents to help.
First off, we need to ensure that we create an environment conducive to sleep. Then, putting too much emphasis on feeding (so always thinking that the child is hungry and automatically feeding when she or he wakes up). Keep in mind that sleep is influenced by the brain and not the stomach. Finally, if all this doesn’t help, you’ve ruled out anything serious and your baby is still restless and wakes up at night, it might be time for some help.
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