Improve Baby Sleep

By: Robert Thomson


Sleepless babies wake up at the end of a sleep cycle if they are hungry, uncomfortable or if their breathing is obstructed. This is actually a vital survival mechanism, as it allows baby to communicate her needs if it feels its welfare is threatened. Preparing a sleep environment for baby when you are still pregnant can also be a great way to encourage a good sleeping routine from a very early age. To help start this routine early, bath you baby before bedtime to help baby relax. To help your baby sleep routine there are a number of baby sleep products that can help your baby sleep better too. These can range from sleep CDs, oils, lambswool, baby sheepskins, comforters, baby sleeping bags, swaddle blankets, slumber aids - much more. Sound and Motion sleeping aids such as the Back to sleep 'Slumber Bear' have been used for many years to comfort baby as when it senses movement or noise, it emits the familiar womb to comfort your baby and help baby to fall asleep again. Many parents will also give baby a baby comforter or a lavender wheat toy as these offer familiarity and smells that reassure baby to help to drift to sleep. Sleeping bags, swaddle blankets and baby blankets can also help to promote a sense of security, warmth and are easy to wear. A baby sleep CD will usually contain classical music which contain sounds that reassure your baby and remind baby of the womb when baby was exposed to a regular orchestra of gurgles and beats! Finally, research has proven that baby lambskins - wool products are an excellent and natural sleep aid for babies. They help to regulate your baby’s temperature as wool can trap warm air, absorb or release moisture and keep baby temperature stable.

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