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How to use reflexology to help your baby sleep
Child sleep

How to use reflexology to help your baby sleep

We are a generation of parents unprepared to combat childhood sleep, because we are adults and our life cycle is totally different from that of our children. When they arrive in the world, one of the first difficulties we encounter is the adaptability to their sleep hours. We sleep little, our character worsens and our irritability increases, something that can increase if our child finds it difficult to fall asleep, wakes up many times in a row with difficulty falling back to sleep or sleeping little causing irritability and fatigue during the day.

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The important role of the father for the good sleep of the baby

When a baby first arrives in the family, it is the mother who takes care of him the most. The baby needs to feel your warmth, your skin and skin contact, and your love, even more so if you opt for wonderful breastfeeding. Peroooooo (a long but long time because there are important things that we usually forget), the father has a fundamental task in raising the child with attachment and in caring for the mother after childbirth.
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Why do children sweat so much while they sleep?

There are children who sweat a lot while they sleep, even if the room temperature is normal and they do not have too many clothes. They soak clothes, sheets and even get their hair wet. According to studies, almost 12 percent of children sweat profusely at night, the funny thing is that most continue to sleep peacefully and it is more common in children than in girls.
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Child sleep

How to use reflexology to help your baby sleep

We are a generation of parents unprepared to combat childhood sleep, because we are adults and our life cycle is totally different from that of our children. When they arrive in the world, one of the first difficulties we encounter is the adaptability to their sleep hours. We sleep little, our character worsens and our irritability increases, something that can increase if our child finds it difficult to fall asleep, wakes up many times in a row with difficulty falling back to sleep or sleeping little causing irritability and fatigue during the day.
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Child sleep

The sleep of babies between 4 and 7 months. Good and bad news

Many daddies think that why the baby at 3 or 4 months has begun to sleep more hours during the night, the nocturnal awakenings are finally over and they are already little adults in this sleep. Good and bad news. Certainly, the sleep of babies between 4 and 7 months is progressing towards the conformation of their circadian sleep cycle just like an adult, consolidating a period of nocturnal sleep that is longer than the one that has been presenting until now.
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How is sleep in children from 8 months to 2 years

The baby is growing and, in terms of sleep, its cycles are increasingly similar to those of an adult, but let's not forget that it is still a child and is in a stage of sleep maturation, which will last approximately until 6 years. Between 8 months and 2 years the bases of your sleep pattern (phases, anatomical structures that regulate it, etc.) are already acquired, and important changes will only occur in the number of hours and in night awakenings, which also they will be gradually reduced.
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How is the baby's sleep from 0 to 3 months

With the arrival of a baby, the world of parents takes a 180 degree turn. Given the inexperience of not having taken care of a child before, the lack of sleep is added, something that can become very desperate. How is the sleep of the baby from 0 to 3 months? Why do they wake up so much? When do they start sleeping more hours in a row?
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Sleep crises in babies between 4 and 7 months

Maybe your baby who slept well at night and took long naps, now, at the age of 4 months, has started to wake up countless times and the organized sleep schedule that he had has disappeared. You find yourself with a frazzled and irritable baby who can't get to sleep. What happen?
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