MY CHILD WILL NOT SLEEP!

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MY CHILD WILL NOT SLEEP!

My daughter of 6 years sleep really badly all her life. put to bed is a drama, despite a solid bedtime ritual. At night they secretly crawling on my husband and me in bed. Her sister 3 However, this constitutes just sleep. She has had a crooked nekwerveltje and the delivery was very difficult. Would it have anything to do with it? M. VaL

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Sleep problems in children are common, and in rare cases physical causes play a role. Of course children can sometimes be ill, an ear infection have, or are busy in their head. But that lasts for weeks and can always be traced back easily. Childbirth or the cervical spine will not be the cause.

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Is your child afraid of the dark? Ways to overcome fear

Is your child afraid of the dark?

Ways to overcome fear

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Is your child afraid of the dark?

Ways to overcome fear

  Many children are afraid of the dark. Unfamiliar sounds, the anxiety can lead to sleepless nights of sleep bad for samples or much tension. Fortunately there are many ways to reduce the anxiety or eliminate.

Small solutions can quickly provide a better night’s sleep for your baby. For example, consider this:

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METHODS FOR BEDWETTING So your child stays dry overnight

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Methods for bedwetting

So your child stays dry overnight

During the day your child has no problems. He never pees in just his pants. Still, it’s do occur overnight. That stuff is not good for you, but also your child feel ashamed considerably. So you get it together off!

Bedwetting is common. More than 1 in 6 children six years frequently wets his bed. When your child loses bedwetting while asleep involuntarily and without that he knows puddle.

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BEDTIME FOR CHILDREN WHAT TIME DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO GO TO TO BED

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Bedtime for children: What time does my child have to go to bed?

What time does my child actually have to go to bed? This question asks each parent. You can spend your child at bed at the same time every day. This time, of course, changes as he gets older, or when he is less sleepable during the day. Fixed bedtime and fixed times are very important for the development of a healthy sleep-watching rhythm with your child.

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HOW MUCH SLEEP DOES A CHILD AND BABY NEED?

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How much sleep does a child and baby need?

A child absolutely needs enough sleep. The following guidelines relate to the average number of hours of sleep a child, pupil or puber needs. So not the amount of hours they have to lay in bed. Especially pubs tend to watch TV in the bed, chat with friends, play computer games on the ipad etc. This often means they do not allow enough sleep.

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WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD IS AFRAID TO SLEEP ? Why is my child afraid to sleep?

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What should I do if my child is afraid to sleep?

Why is my child afraid to sleep?

Nightly fears and nightmares are very common in children: mainly when they have not yet gone to school, but also young people may suffer. They are part of the normal development process because the child’s imagination process begins to develop and they become aware that there are also things that can hurt them. Sometimes certain fears and nightmares arise because of a traumatic event (such as light), such as fear of a big dog or a traffic crash by looking at the news. But sometimes it just seems to come from nothing. Family conflicts and stressed or anxious parents also play a part. All that makes a child more emotional will affect his or her fears and make the child worried. Children often develop certain fears during specific phases of development. Younger children are usually afraid of monsters and other imaginary beings, while older children are afraid of more realistic dangers such as burglars or a natural disaster.

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Does my child get enough sleep?Signs of children with a sleep shortage

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Does my child get enough sleep?Signs of children with a sleep shortage

Does your child sleep well enough? When children do not sleep enough, their behavior can be wrongly referred to as behavioral problems. Due to lack of sleep children may have problems with their emotions. This happens because the part of the brain that helps us with our emotions is greatly influenced by the amount of sleep we receive. Therefore, recognize the signals that your child is tired and has a sleep shortage.

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SLEEPING TOGETHER WITH YOUR CHILD? (THE PROS AND CONS)

SLEEPING TOGETHER WITH YOUR CHILD? (THE PROS AND CONS)

Home · Children & Sleep · Sleeping together with your child? (the pros and cons)

samen slapen - SLEEPING TOGETHER WITH YOUR CHILD? (THE PROS AND CONS)It is not the norm in the Netherlands to sleep with your baby or baby in the same bed. Yet almost every parent is sleeping together with his child. What are the pros and cons of this?And are there any dangers when watching your child?

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