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  • 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...

    What to Do If Your Baby Learned Bad Sleep Habits

    What to Do If Your Baby Learned Bad Sleep Habits

    We teach our babies sleep habits that make them dependent on us rather than ones that build confidence and self-calming ability. The most common baby sleep habits that lead to poor slumber are bed-sharing and being put in bed asleep. For example, the Sleep in America poll found that: 60% of infants are usually rocked to sleep (which is wonderful for newborns but can become a problem later on). 75% of infants fall asleep every night nursing or drinking a...

    Bedtime Starts in the Morning. What?!?

    Bedtime Starts in the Morning. What?!?

    What you do with your infant during the day can help your baby sleep better through the night. So, why not set yourself up for nighttime success by starting when the sun comes up? Here’s how: Get Outdoors During the Day Get your babe outside for a daily dose of sunlight (especially before noon). Use Sound and Motion Rhythms throughout the day set a calming tone. Long walks, swings and slings are great during the day, and swaddling and white...

    The Link Between Childhood Obesity and Poor Sleep

    The Link Between Childhood Obesity and Poor Sleep

    Obesity is epidemic today. It ruins our health, predisposing us to a withering list of serious ailments (including diabetes, heart attacks, cancer, back and hip degeneration and depression). And it’s increasingly clear that weight problems start early––perhaps even in infancy. In a study of over a 1000 children, Canadian researchers found that 26% of tots and preschoolers with short sleep (under 10 hours a night) become overweight or obese…later in childhood (versus 15% of kids sleeping 10 hours and 10%...

    Cluster Feeding: What Is It? And How Do I Do It?

    Cluster Feeding: What Is It? And How Do I Do It?

    Cluster feeding is pretty much what it sounds like. It is a series of quick milky meals given every 1-2 hours. Because your goal is to help your baby sleep at night, the best time to cluster feed your hungry hippo is between 4 p.m. and bedtime. These feeds—one after another—are meant to load your baby’s system with calories to keep her well stocked with nutrition through the night. Some doctors warn parents not to overfeed babies for fear that...

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