Baby Sleeping Tips for Mom & Baby Comfort

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Parents often worry whether their baby will sleep soundly through the night. To avoid such anxiety, experts have outlined some suggestions which would ensure that the baby sleeps safely and soundly.

Normally, newborn baby babies sleep for about 17 to 18 hours a day for the first few weeks and 15 hours each day when they are three months old.

However, the sleeping period is confined to roughly 3 to 4 hours at a time. At this young phase, it is highly recommended to make the baby rest in a cot next to the parents at least for the first six months.

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Other advice includes putting the baby on his back to sleep and also ensuring that the toddler's feet are near the finish of the cot. This prevents the child from wriggling too far down under the blanket.

However, the parents should check frequently to see that the baby's head is left discovered by the blanket. The particular newborn baby should never be in order to sleep on a pillow simply because they have a tendency to roll off and this may bring about smothering the baby in its soft folds.

Keeping the child cot away from a/c blasts and maintaining the area temperature at 68 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit helps to ensure that the room is completely warm and comfortable.

As for bedding, it is highly recommended to use gentle cotton sheets during the summer season. In winter, thin cotton quilts or cell blankets are preferable to heavy cotton quilts.

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