It’s no wonder that sleep forms an integral part of daily routine of one’s life. During early development, sleeping is usually considered as the primary activity of the brain.
Many children go through different peculiar phases of having various fears, which are associated with bedtime. All these fears can take different figures from the platonic monster or from some accompanies.
There are many different approaches to sleep problems in young children. Each claims to work in 3 to 4 nights. Our sleep routine is founded on our belief that the anxiety a baby is feeling is best dealt with by remaining close by. It is set up to be deeply reassuring to a baby.
Getting enough sleep, is a blessing for both you and your baby. It is important for both you and your baby to get a good nap and is beneficial for your health.
Some babies seem to sleep easily almost from birth and continue that way, while others have to be helped to develop this ability. Babies normally go through cycles of deep and lighter sleep. As they enter into a phase of light sleep they are more likely to slip back into the next phase of deep sleep on their own if they have developed self-soothing habits.
Putting your babies to sleep is a very difficult task. Most babies develop normal sleeping patterns but things may get frustrating when your six month old keeps you awake all night, contrary to what the doctors have foreseen.