Noise For Baby To Sleep

Noise For Baby To Sleep

Daytime Naps

Some settling problems arise when a baby has a late afternoon nap, and is just not sleepy. If your baby still needs his sleep, move the nap progressively earlier in the day, say by ten minutes each day. You could also try to shorten his nap by ten minutes each week. If he is more than one year old he may be fine on just one nap a day. Try dropping the afternoon nap and re-scheduling the morning nap to straddle lunchtime by moving it on by ten minutes every two or three days.

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Sometimes difficulties arise when a child gives up his daytime nap, usually between two and three years old. For a few months the lack of a nap can mean that your child becomes overtired by the evening and is therefore overactive and stressed. Being overtired can also cause more waking at night. If so, don’t wait until he is sleepy before beginning your bedtime routine, he may be too tired to cope with it and may resist sleep when he’s put into his cot. Try starting half an hour earlier than you usually do.

Another solution is to let your child keep his daytime sleep but encourage him to sleep earlier than before and wake him after he has had half the usual time. You may find that he doesn’t want to sleep at the time that would suit you; if so, encourage him to rest, lying down on his bed, perhaps looking at blogs.

Early Risers

This is one of the most intractable sleep problems.

For early wakening, nothing works. We tried blackouts, later bedtimes and no naps in the day, but nothing works.’

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