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How Can I Get My Child To Take Naps At 11 Months
Set routine: Napping is still routine in > 75% of children at 11 months. Want to set up good patterns so children know when nap time will occur and always try to put the child to bed awake after the routine so they can begin to self-soothe and put themselves to sleep. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nap time: Babies have a way of keeping their parents up. It is their way of learning and manipulating their limited environment. Many techniques exist - a good one is to get a musical device which you turn on when the child is put to sleep - a signal that mom and dad will not return for a while. Other techniques can be discussed with your pediatrician. ...Read more
Patience: Babies can adapt just about any schedule but you have to be very mthodical and very persistant. If you want a baby to go to sleep at a certain time, keep them awake for as long as possible before that time. But more importantly put them down for that nap at the same time every day. By the clock. Eventually they will adapt and get the idea. It may take a while. Be persitent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 19 I goto bed at like 1-2clck in the morning and wake up early and I get tired during the day, and take naps at around 5clck, why this happens ?
I get these headaches everyday it hurts my upper nose & lower forehead and I get dizzy I almost always get them when I take naps, what could this be ?
Is it helpful for a mom to take the time to put her child in a car, drive around, and get him to fall asleep?
My 6 month old does not want to take naps anymore. She is happy most of the time when she's up but i'm worried she's not getting enough sleep.
Any symptoms ???: Most infants have a brain driven sleep center that will keep them remarkably refreshed on 5-10 minute cat naps if they don't take formal scheduled naps. Sleep deprivation will usually lead to a crabby kid who is a bit more sickly than her peers & less interested in sustained play. If baby sleeps well at night for > 9 hours, feeds well, plays well & keeps you running, she's sneeking cat naps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 10 month old & 2 year old fight their sleep. They don't want to take naps or go to sleep.At night. Is that normal? Will it hurt them health wise?
Sleep hygeine: While it is not at all unusual for babies and infants to fight sleep, you still should work with them to establish a sleep routine and expectations about their sleep. What they learn about sleep now will likely affect their sleep habits for a lifetime. Especially at end of day, have a very specific routine to prepare for bed, then no tv, movies, etc to coerce sleep. Quiet room, quiet sleep! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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