Wave goodbye to those sleepless nights, with a crying, nervous baby by your side.
Getting an infant to sleep through the night? Mission possible if you follow these steps
Did you know that a new parent loses 109 minutes of sleep per night after the birth of a baby?
And what’s even worse – that phenomenon usually continues over the course of the entire first year.
Let’s face it – if you’re taking care of your first child, you probably have no idea what you’re doing. You’re worried, you don’t trust your instincts, and even when the baby is quiet, you can’t fall asleep at night.
Babies are vulnerable. They’re small, constantly hungry, fussy creatures. This is why Ray Romano got to saying the following:
"Everyone should have kids. They are the greatest joy in the world. But they are also terrorists. You'll realize this as soon as they're born, and they start using sleep deprivation to break you."
So maybe, you should bite the bullet and accept the situation for a couple of months…or maybe a couple of years?
Or should you?
Sleep training is something all parents can achieve. In fact, 60 percent of kids can self-soothe and get themselves back to sleep without parental help by the age of six months.
Sleep training isn’t ignoring your baby or letting them cry it out. It is all of the following:
- An approach that gives your child the tools to fall asleep quickly and to enjoy uninterrupted sleep throughout the night
- An empowering methodology that makes everyone relaxed and more equipped to face the day
- Parental support during the night until a child feels comfortable enough to fall asleep on their own
- An educational strategy that teaches parents everything about baby sleep
Baby sleep is much different from adult sleep. This is why little ones will need some parental assistance until healthy habits are instilled.
In Sleep Training Blueprint, you will discover:
- The 11 things that make baby sleep so unique and necessary
- The six most prominent sleep training methods (and which one of them has already become outdated)
- Sleep training strategies for a newborn…that can be continued up to the age of seven years or even more
- Scientifically-proven ways to feed, comfort, and soothe your child during the night without undoing your sleep training progress
- The number one strategy for sleeping through the entire night by the time your baby becomes six-month-old
- Dealing with fussy episodes like a champ
- How much sleep time babies and kids actually need
- The science of co-sleeping: good idea or bad idea
- Addressing the most destructive sleep problems: teething, night terrors, colic, bed-wetting, separation anxiety
- And much more.
Sleep Training Blueprint is an empowering audiobook for parents that will teach them how to raise independent, happy kids from day one.
You don’t need to be a pediatrician or a sleep coach to master the art of the uninterrupted night sleep…even if you have a newborn or two in the house!
Babies need quality sleep to grow up quickly. It’s up to you to ensure the right sleep environment and choose the best sleep training methodology. If you’re ready to make the first step in the right direction, scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button."