THE MAIN MYTHS ABOUT SLEEPING BABIES

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THE MAIN

If you have parents with a baby who is having trouble sleeping, you will get the one after another requested advice. Unfortunately, many myths make the rounds. Time to deprive it.

    1. On rice flour, babies are sleeping
      It is probably the most heard remark: add some rice flour to the last bottle and your baby is guaranteed to sleep.

      The claim is that the rice flour causes the milk to thicken and it takes longer for it to get digested. This makes your baby sleep longer. He does not wake up to starvation.

      Of course there are babies who suddenly sleep after some rice flour at the last bottle, but scientifically the connection has never been demonstrated. Babies with rice flour did not sleep otherwise or longer than babies without rice flour. Indeed, due to the rice flour, some babies went to sleep worse! They are too full, so they can not sleep well.And that’s not that crazy either. How well do you sleep after a hearty meal?

      In addition, babies are awake for a lot of reasons at night, an empty stomach is just one of them.

    2. On solid food, babies sleep through
      Here too, the idea is that solid food requires more time to digest, which makes a baby wake up for a diet sooner.

      In itself, it is true that solid food requires more time to digest, but for that reason your child must also eat well and that will take several months. That bread crust and piece of banana do not make the difference.

    3. The less sleep during the day, the more sleep at night
      It’s a logical thought: the less a child sleeps during the day, the longer he sleeps at night. After all, sleep can be achieved. Still, this is not true for babies (and actually all little children).

      Because of this, many children will sleep worse. They are exhausted, making them struggling to pass on to sleep. They wake up more often, due to the fierce incentives of the daytime. Sleeping out little children, so they do not get into sleep there too.

 

    1. Babies are sleeping from 3 months
      Many babies sleep ‘official’ around the 3 months, meaning they have a 5-hour continuous sleep at night. Even though your baby is officially by the definition, as a parent you are still in broken nights. In addition, many babies take this long piece of sleep at the beginning of the evening and just spend the night at 3 to 4 hours.

 

  1. You ruin your baby by feeding him (or cradle or sleep in your arms)
    Absolutely not! For babies, this is a very nice and natural way to fall asleep. You can not expect newborn babies to fall asleep as you lay them in bed. That’s something baby’s have to learn, that’s about 4 months. That’s why it’s really no problem if you help your baby with drunk, bottle or cradle on the road to dreamland.

    Of course, a habit can occur, so that your child can only fall asleep in that way. That can be very difficult. That’s why you are advised to start your baby from a week or 8 to sleep regularly, but wake up in bed. Learning to fall asleep is the trick to sleep .

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