Category Archives: Infant Sleep

Newborn Crutches and Why They Fail

Written by Nancy Hamm cancs, caisc June 2017 The common mantra is “I will do anything to get my child to sleep.”  The bigger question is, so how is that working for you? Sleep deprived parents will try any method … Continue reading

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Sleeping through the night

This is written from a baby’s point of view:  This appeared on Facebook – no author (edited) Dear Fellow Babies, OK, here’s my situation. My Mommy has had me for almost 3 months. The first couple months were great — … Continue reading

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Wake to Sleep

  WAKE TO SLEEP   Many times you will run across a situation where a baby will not sleep for an entire nap but will wake up at the 30 – 45 minute mark or perhaps you have a baby … Continue reading

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Sleep

 Written by Dr. Luis Rivera, Diplomat of Philippine Pediatric Society “Good sleep is essential to a baby’s growth and development. It is expected that on their first year of life, babies should sleep between 11 and 18 hours a day, and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Sleep

Written by Prof. Avi Sadah Body Maturation Sleep is a basic physiological need required for physical recovery, re-invigoration, body growth, brain maturation, learning and memory. Chronic and sustained sleep deprivation can lead to exhaustion, physical damage to body tissues, dysfunction … Continue reading

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