If your child isn't sleeping through the night, the chances are neither are you. But help is at hand from one of Britain's leading child psychiatrists. Now fully updated, THE NEW BABY AND TODDLER SLEEP PROGRAMME takes the agony out of bedtime and explains how a calm and peaceful sleep routine is possible with any child from a very early age. Regular sleep patterns are an essential part of normal childhood development and the earlier in their lives that sleep can be 'sorted' the easier children will find the rest of their lives. THE NEW BABY AND TODDLER SLEEP PROGRAMME demysifies sleeping habits. It explains to hassled parents how sleep rythms alter over time, what sort of behaviour is natural at various ages, when to be strict and when to make allowances, when to turn deaf ears to tears - and how to recognise the important signs of illness, distress, fear or anxiety.Here are some tips on how to know when this is happening: ac Fix an alarm system on his door so you know if he ... Keep your baby monitor on a but resist the temptation to go rushing in if you hear the usual a#39;shallow cyclea#39; waking noises on it.
|Title||:||The New Baby & Toddler Sleep Programme|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2011-08-31|