Baby Sleeping Habits with Tips

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Baby Sleeping Habits with Tips

Many pregnant mothers look forward to the day when their child is born so that they can sleep more comfortably. In the first few days, a baby sleeps almost constantly, and a new mother may think that their fears of their baby sleeping were all in vain. However, after a week or so, the baby will be less able to sleep. In this article, you will find common baby sleeping problems and the best solutions.

Baby's Sleeping Problems
A baby's' number one sleeping problem is constant waking during the middle of the night. Either the baby sleeps in short cycles, waking every hour to ninety minutes after a certain amount of time has passed or a baby wakes at a very early hour and does not go back to sleep at all. The baby continues crying constantly throughout the night.

Some babies do not want to nap during the day. They struggle and fight any enforced nap time and usually cry until they either fall asleep or are rescued by you.

Last of all, there are babies that cry constantly as evening approaches. After perhaps seven o'clock at night, the baby becomes fussy, will not settle, and cries for hours before falling into an exhausted sleep.

Baby Sleeping Techniques
How can you get your baby to fall asleep at night? How can you get it to stay asleep? How can you get your baby to nap? The following tips will help you as you try to get some rest for your baby.

1. Schedule
Your baby needs a schedule. Perhaps your life is not scheduled, and you are running errands and unexpectedly leaving the house. You may feel as though nothing about your baby's life is scheduled. However, your baby will fall asleep much more easily if they are falling asleep at a regular time each day. Take into context biological rhythms when you are creating a schedule for your child. Some children naturally fall asleep earlier while others are natural night owls. You can still enforce a schedule, but if the schedule does not seem to be working, try to adjust it to meet your baby's biological clock.

2. Naptimes
Naptimes need to be scheduled at your baby's optimal sleep time. If your baby falls asleep naturally at 8 o'clock and wakes up naturally at 6 in the morning, their optimal nap times would be 9:30 in the morning and 2:00 PM. Your baby up to six months old should sleep an average of twelve to fourteen hours per day. Ten to eleven of these hours should take place at night. However, three to four hours should come from naps. They should have one longer nap of around two hours and one or two shorter naps. Do not wake your sleeping baby!

3. Quality Sleep
Your baby may take catnaps, but do not encourage catnaps as they take away from quality sleep. Babies generally like the rhythm of movement and will fall asleep when they are taken for a ride in a stroller. The movement feels nice, and they drift off to sleep. You give yourself a thumbs up and hurry home only to have your child wake up as soon as the movement stops. The same thing happens with catnaps in the car. Do not let your child take the naps often as it will get rid of the edge of their exhaustion but keep them from experiencing quality sleep later on. Quality sleep is the baby in its normal bed, sleeping by itself and falling asleep with no help.

4. Falling Asleep
The main reason that babies wake constantly throughout the night is that they do not know how to make themselves fall asleep again. Everybody wakes up randomly throughout the night; however, as adults, we just fall back to sleep after rolling over. Babies who do not know how to make themselves fall back asleep will cry, making you think that they need food. The sucking motion and the feeling of being in your arms often will make them sleepy again. However, they do not need that. Do not rock your baby to sleep. Do not feed them to sleep. When they become sleepy, change them, kiss them, and put them in bed. They may balk at this new bedtime routine. However, it will give them the ability to fall asleep without rocking or human touch. When they wake up briefly in the night, they will be able to make themselves fall back to sleep.

5. Earlier Bedtime
Your baby may be fussier in the evening because he is tired. You may be keeping your baby up late to play with a parent who works late; however, putting them to bed earlier will help them fall to sleep more quickly and be able to get quality sleep.

Following these tips can help both you and your baby get a full night's sleep.

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