Babies who sleep in SEPARATE rooms from their parents have earlier bedtimes, take less time to nod off AND get more shut eye



Babies who sleep in separate rooms from their parents have earlier bedtimes, take less time to nod off and get more shut eye, new research reveals.
They are also less likely to require feeding at night, a study found.
Parents of such babies find bedtime less difficult and report sleeping better themselves, the research adds.
Lead author Dr Jodi Mindell from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, said: 'One main reason is that they are more likely to self-soothe to sleep.'
This contradicts guidelines by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which recommends babies sleep in the same... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Health, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail
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