Is your baby keeping you up through the night? Are you struggling with sleep deprivation? Are you eager to find a solution?
Help is at hand.
It’s a common fact that infants have trouble settling down to sleep. But, did you know that you can sleep train a baby and get a good night’s sleep?
Let’s read what our Sleep Training consultant has to say about this.
“I work with infants from 6 months onwards (before this it is physiologically normal to wake at night).
Sleep strategy is about finding the right approach for the child and parents, appreciating that one size doesn’t fit all, the aim, to provide uninterrupted sleep for the whole family.
The first session is a one hour home visit where I take a detailed history of sleep patterns and behaviours from birth onwards, I will also discuss with you your parenting style and family routine in general, this will enable me to find the right strategy.
I then go off and make a plan!!
The following two home visits are focused on supporting the new behaviour changes for the child and parent and dealing with any setbacks you might experience.”
A few points to consider:
- Sleep problems in childhood are common
- Good sleep is the foundation of health & success for everyone in your family. It is necessary for growth, health, safety and happiness.
- Sleep debt is cumulative; hence the cost to your mood and attention increases the longer your sleep is disrupted.
- Finding a sleep solution is not about attributing blame to what has gone before but simply drawing a line in the sand and beginning again.