What do we really know about the nature of sleep training?
Want your child to sleep better? Of course you do! Here are 10 simple ways to improve virtually every aspect of your child’s health, by starting with good sleep.
Want to learn more about infant and childhood sleep? While most of the research can only be accessed through a paid subscription, some is available without restriction. These open access articles reflect a portion of the growing body of knowledge on pediatric sleep....
Changing to daylight saving time is a drill we’re culturally accustomed to, but it’s not a simple change for your body. In fact, the effect that this change has is probably greater than most people realize--but that effect is different for different people. For little...
Your child can fall asleep easier with the help of a few simple tweaks. You can have more time in the evening to yourself. It’s like showing up at McDonald’s on free ice cream day: everybody wins.
You won’t be rocking your child to sleep when he’s in college. But does that mean that sleep problems are not long-term?
Should baby be expected to sleep 12 hours straight by 12 weeks? Or is regular night waking at 12 months closer to normal? How do you know?
Is it okay to sleep train your child? Why do babies need to be sleep trained, anyway?
You look at the clock to know what time it is. How does your body know what time it is? Learn more, and find out how to help your child adjust out of Daylight Saving Time.
The dark. Spiders. Monsters. Being alone. Fears that have interrupted children’s and parents’ sleep for millennia. How common are nighttime fears? 4-6 year olds: 59% 7-9 year olds: 85% 10-12 year olds: 80% Adolescents: 49% ((Muris, P., Merckelbach, H., Ollendick, T....