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Sleep Blog

7th Mar 2021

How to Get an Overtired Toddler to Sleep?

What is Overtiredness?Toddlers can be tricky when it comes to showing signs of tiredness. Unlike adults who get slow and listless when they are tired and sleepy, some toddlers can become even more active as the night wears on - even though they are in desperate need of sleep.Overtiredness … Read more

7th Mar 2021

Is Your Baby's Circadian Rhythm Out of Sync?

Ever wondered why we're most alert when the sun is shining and sleepy when it's dark outside? It's all thanks to our Circadian Rhythms (also known as our internal body clock) - an internal system that regulates our physical, mental, and behavioural changes over a 24-hour period. Circadian … Read more

7th Mar 2021

Safe transitioning from cot to bed

Transitioning from Cot to Bed Transitioning from cot to bed is an exciting time in your child’s life, as it marks the beginning of them discovering a whole new world of independence. However, you may find your little one becomes clingy and unsettled during this period, as they try to a … Read more

7th Mar 2021

Safer sleep for babies

Babies need a lot of sleep, as it promotes their physical and mental development. The pituitary gland releases growth hormones (key hormones that stimulate growth) throughout the day, but secretes at a much faster rate while babies sleep. That's why newborns need up to 16-18 hours of sleep … Read more

7th Mar 2021

Creating the perfect sleep environment

Like adults, every baby and toddler is different. We all have different needs and there are a range of factors that contribute to our wellbeing. But we all have one thing in common. We all need sleep! Some babies, like adults, can cope with a little less sleep than the norm but most simply … Read more
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