Ultimate Guide to Make Your Babies Sleep Better
Sleep is very important to your babies’ health and well-being. In fact, good sleep habits start from birth. Babies who do not get enough sleep may have trouble functioning during the day. At night, they may find it hard to settle.
Every child is different. Some sleep a lot and others much less. This chart is a general guide to the number of sleep babies and toddlers need over a 24-hour period, including nighttime sleep and daytime naps.
4 to 12 months old
1 to 2 years old
Source: Recommended Amount of Sleep for Pediatric Populations: A Consensus Statement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine)
Guide to make your babies sleep better
Establish a place to sleep
Newborns may sleep as much as 18 hours a day, for 3 to 4 hours at a time. It’s normal and healthy for babies to wake up during the night to feed. As your baby gets older, she will stay awake longer during the day and sleep for longer stretches at night.
Babies, just like adults, need the right cues to learn when it is time to sleep. For example, if you always put your baby in her crib or bassinet to sleep, she will learn that this is the place where she sleeps. This may not work right away, but over time, your baby will come to understand.
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Swaddle your baby
A good and safe baby swaddle can be a real sanity saver because the first few months after the baby is born, your life turns completely upside down and your nights and days look the same.. and WHEN DONE RIGHT, SWADDLING JUST WORKS! It helps babies calm down, drift off to sleep, and if you are lucky, even stay asleep for longer periods.
Researchers also found that infants are quieter, sleep more, and have lower and more stable heart rates when swaddled under the experimental conditions than the control group of un-swaddled infants. Swaddling is now accepted as a safe way to help calm and comfort your baby, as long as it's done correctly.
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Give your baby calming and soothing activities
Help your child wind down about half an hour before bedtime with stories and quiet activities. Be gentle but firm if your child protests. Keep the bedroom quiet, cozy, and good for sleeping, such as keeping the lights dim. Soft, soothing music might be comforting. Security items (such as a blanket or stuffed animal) are often important at this age.
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