Tips to Make Your Baby Sleep Well at Night

Dim the lights and turn down the noise 30 minutes before bedtime. Try a warm bath, reading a tale, or singing lullabies.

Encourage your infant to self-soothe instead of rocking or nursing them to sleep. Aim to put your baby down when tired but awake.

Allowing your baby to master this ability will help them calm themselves back to sleep if they wake up in the middle of the night

 Newborns often fall asleep while eating, so avoid using feeding to bring them back to sleep.

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Establishing a consistent early bedtime is crucial for your baby's sleep schedule. Since babies are sleepier at night, put them down between 7 and 8pm.

Promote healthy feeding habits during the day to help your baby sleep longer at night without hunger.

Proper daytime rest reduces overtiredness, helping your infant go asleep at night. Maintain a nap routine to help your baby's nocturnal sleep.

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