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Baby Girls And Boys Sleep
Im 38yrs old, fulltime selfemployed dairy farmer wif 4 girls, but i cant seem to relax enough to sleep, wat cn i do?
Insomnia cure: Busy mother & dairy farmer has difficulty w. sleep & relaxation. Meditation, autogenic training w. biofeedback, mindfullness therapies & certain herbal teas helpful, but all these therapies pale against ease & relatively benign use of a few puffs of Cannabis indica, not sativa, taken twenty minutes before intended sleep & absent hangover effect; as countless CA patients report. Or taken as a tea. ...Read more
No major impact.: There's no major health impact from this other than brief period of curly hair. ...Read more
Why after sex do I just want to be alone, bathe and sleep? I don't want to cuddle like most girls do. I get angry with my partner after sex.
Well, I don't know : The cause of your post traumatic stress disorder. Perhaps that has something to do with your anger toward your partner and your wish to isolate. It really isn't something that can be dealt with adequately on line. Obviously it is impacting your life. It is worth dealing with in therapy. Take care. ...Read more
My girls always very highfriends body heat is always very high especially when shes sleeping and when she works or moves around two time cancer survivor
Would ecg show brugada syndrome scared to sleep no family history normal ecgs in past no fainting need reasurance read stories of girls dying in their sleep im 25 f how rare is it?
Yes: Always a possibility as you don't know how many guys the 2 girls are sleeping with. ...Read more
Yes: There perhaps is something about recreating that intrauterine environment which some infants find most comforting--swaddling. Neatly tucking a baby into a pea pod shaped bundle can provide security and warmth unlike anything else. So, once all snuggled in, sleep can not help but to come much more easily. Try it, you will like it...And so will baby! ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Help settle: You can't " make" a child eat, sleep or use the potty. Do what dr. Carlin recommended, wipe out baby's mouth after the last feed & put him in his crib in his own room, drowsy but awake at the same time every night. Most healthy infants don't need a middle of the night feed after 6 months, when night waking becomes a learned behavior. American academy of pediatrics has a good book on birth-5. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That varies: New babies don't sleep through the night because they need to awaken to feed. As they get bigger, they sleep longer. Most babies can safely do an 8 hour stretch when they're several months old; some do it a little younger, some a little older. Babies are people; what happens one way in one happens a bit differently in another. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Three to four months: Babies are capable of one period of deep sleep (3-4hrs) per 24 hours starting at birth and generally drift in and out of lighter sleep states for the rest of their day. By 3mo their brain waves include mature sleep patterns and longer sleep is expected. Babies can learn to self settle soon after birth and return to sleep after they wake, though a brief feeding may be needed.Good routeins help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: There appears to be no right answer to how many hours a child sleeps. It is really unique to that child. If they are growing, happy, behaving and developing normally , then whatever amount works for that child. Having said that, most seem to sleep 8-12 hours at night. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good sleep routine: This is possible for almost all little ones, but is more than can be described in 400 characters. Consistency, a regular sleep routine, keeping the home quiet and dark at night, and helping them learn to self-settle are essential. Talk with your pediatrician about the details, but know that it is possible - once you are ready! (the secondary gain from "comforting" your baby at night is powerful.). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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