"About the book" The Baby-Sleep-Guide for Parents: Soft baby sleep is no child's play (Baby sleep guide...
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"About the book" The Baby-Sleep-Guide for Parents: Soft baby sleep is no child's play (Baby sleep guide: Tips for falling asleep and sleeping through in the 1st year of life) In the first few months of a baby's life, the topic of "baby sleep" can become the dominant family theme... # The way to a firm sleep rhythm Even babies need different amounts of sleep at night The baby has yet to find its sleep rhythm Infants learn to calm themselves first Sleeping well takes time - endurance is required here Every now and then, parents need extra tuition # Good basis for soft and healthy baby sleep Infants need the experience of security and reliability Everyday routine helps the baby to find a rhythm Just a tired baby likes to sleep too Prevent the baby from getting tired - otherwise it is difficult to fall asleep and relax Increased screaming and howling is often a sign of lack of sleep Independence during the day also supports at night (rest) Sleeping independently makes sleeping through easier for the baby # The appropriate sleeping environment is important for a soft baby sleep Safe baby sleep - always in supine position Safe and secure stored in a cradle, bassinet or cot Good equipment of the sleeping place - with sleeping bag but without pillow Don't wear the baby too thickly for baby sleep - this is the best way to get a good night's sleep Quality and safety always take priority when it comes to cribs and cots In the parents' bedroom, the baby bed is in the best of hands - naturally smoke-free! Sleeping together in a family bed with some safety rules # If the baby doesn't calm down and sleep causes problems Not every sleep problem is a sleep disorder at first go Sleep problems often do not come alone Overcoming serious sleep problems with professional help
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The Baby-Sleep-Guide for Parents
Soft baby sleep is no child's play (Baby sleep guide: Tips for falling asleep and sleeping through in the 1st year of life)