Child Sleep Problems

Antenatal and new baby

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Develop good sleep habits and prevent sleep issues arising in the first place.

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Understand your baby’s sleep cycles and development stages.

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Learn safe sleep practices.

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Understand parental sleep needs.

Baby from 6 months

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Does your baby need feeding/rocking/cuddling etc in order to fall asleep at bedtime?

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Do daytime naps seem too short and does your baby seems fractious as a result?

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Does your baby wake too early and not go back to sleep (only to require a nap within an hour?)

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Does your baby wake frequently during the night, requiring parental intervention in order to get back to sleep?

Toddler and pre-school age children

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Does bedtime take 1-2 hours (or more!)?

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Does your child seem to have a short attention span during the day?

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Does your child keep getting out of bed?

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Is a parent's presence required for your child to get to sleep?

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Are night-time fears and anxiety causing bedtime refusal?

School age children (5-12 years)

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Are later bedtimes and decreased night-time sleep causing impaired daytime function and behaviour problems?

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Is parental presence required for getting to sleep?

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Is your child sleepy during the day?

Adolescents (12-18 years)

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Is sleep onset consistently late?

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Is your teenager’s academic performance being affected?

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Does your teenager have difficulty waking at the required time?

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Is their mood negatively affected by their sleep issues?

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Does your teenager have insomnia if they attempt to go to bed earlier?

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Does your teenager struggle to stay awake during the day?

Contact me

rosy@babyandchildsleep.com

07526 683 549

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