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  • Keep Track of Your Baby's Sleep with This Sleep Diary

    Keep Track of Your Baby's Sleep with This Sleep Diary

    The first thing to determine before you plan your sleep strategy is: Does your baby really have a sleep problem?  If your baby sleeps 8 hours a night (say, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.) and naps 3 hours a day, that may be as good as it gets. Not every baby is going to sleep 10 hours straight, or fall asleep and wake up exactly when you want.  But odds are, if you think your little one has a...

    When (and How) to Move Your Baby to Their Own Room

    When (and How) to Move Your Baby to Their Own Room

    Room sharing is super convenient, so there’s no rush to move your baby out. Feeding is easy when your baby is in a bassinet or cosleeper next to your bed. There’s no middle-of-the-night hike down a cold, dark hall, and no struggling to fall back asleep again. And you get to hear your baby’s white noise, which can help you sleep better, too. Also, room sharing is safer. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends room sharing for at least the...

    How to Help Your Child with ADHD Sleep Better

    How to Help Your Child with ADHD Sleep Better

    Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder said to affect about 5% of children (and adults). Kids with ADHD are often hyper, forgetful, impulsive and distractible. (Of course, these can all be normal behaviors for any toddler, which is why doctors are very hesitant to diagnose ADHD before the age of 5.)  Short sleep and hyperactivity spiral together. Children with ADHD tend to get especially defiant, moody and wild when they’re tired. Unfortunately, that usually results in less sleep and...

    When to Stop Swaddling Your Baby

    When to Stop Swaddling Your Baby

    Are you confused about when to stop swaddling your baby? Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP—the doctor who started the swaddling revolution in America—sheds light on this important topic. For centuries, moms and dads have swaddled babies. Why? Because it is so effective for calming infants and helping them sleep better. Thanks to modern medical research, we now understand just how important that is. Infant crying and parent exhaustion often trigger marital stress, child abuse, postpartum depression, infant sleep deaths (from unsafe...

    Better Sleep Starts with a Satisfied Tummy

    Better Sleep Starts with a Satisfied Tummy

    It’s 2 a.m. You’re just sliding into sleep when you hear a squeak from the bassinet. You say, “Oh, please…please…just another few minutes, sweetie!” But you’re already awake—waiting for the next cry—and slumberland is ­fast disappearing in your rearview mirror.  Your baby’s sleep cycle (the full circuit from light to deep to light NREM sleep…plus a bit of REM) lasts only 60 minutes. So, about every hour, she’ll enter a light sleep…or even briefly wake and make a short moan...

    Better Sleep Tips for Children with Autism

    Better Sleep Tips for Children with Autism

    Approximately 1% of all children born in the U.S.  each year are diagnosed with autism. Children on the autistic spectrum frequently have problems with sleep. Interestingly, these children often instinctively use some of the 5 S’s to call themselves! They hum, spin and make repetitive motions. And many teachers and parents notice that they calm faster with rocking, white noise and the use of heavy blankets. If your child has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and trouble sleeping, you may be...

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