What does science have to say about self soothing babies…

A significant milestone of early baby development is the organization of sleep patterns, falling into a predictable day/night pattern, and over time consolidating their night sleep. If babies don’t do this, we start to label the way they sleep as a sleep problem. The most common sleep problems we hear about at Baby Sleep Consultant … Read more

The 4 Stages of Sleep

An ordinary person spends a third of their life sleeping, and good sleep is one of the secrets to good health. A good night’s sleep helps our bodies repair muscles, manage hormones, grow bones, and sort memories. Sleep can generally be segmented into REM (rapid eye movement) and non-REM.

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Night Owls and Sleep: COVID Altered Our Perceptions

By Krishna Sharma, Kaiser Health News Many so-called night owls feel that, when it comes to society’s expectations about when the workday should start, they drew the short straw. Research shows that “night owls” are hard-wired to sleep later, yet 9-to-5 work schedules force them to battle their physiology and wake up early. Research also … Read more

Surviving a hot summer when your baby or toddler needs to sleep!

Unless you’ve been living in an air conditioned apartment for the last few weeks, you may have noticed its getting HOT. Summer has arrived with a boom, and temperatures and humidity levels have been causing havoc on everyones sleep. In order to successfully fall asleep our body temperature actually needs to lower in order for … Read more

How to have a life with naps

Hi everyone and welcome to Sleep Talking Moms. Today we are going to talk about something that I don’t know I feel like people get a little riled up about sometimes, but also necessary, very necessary. So yeah, we’re going to talk about how to have a life with naps. And you may not like … Read more