Understanding Baby
Answering Sleep Deprived Parents' Frustration





The Importance of Sleep for Baby

Every living creature requires sleep. Sleeping provide people and every living creatures the time for the body to restore and renew. Lion needs 16 to 18 hours of sleep, while primates, ten to twelve hours of sleep. Humans require approximately six to eight hours sleep to recover. Human babies require at least a full twelve hours of sleep and additional naps during the day.

The body uses sleep as a method to renew cells and refresh the brain and overall aids in the development of our body, mind, and health. Throughout our sleep, the human body can regenerate hair follicles, fingernails, toenails and even the outer layer of the skin. This happens as a result of the automatic pilot that is built into our bodies. People have a tendency to think that the body merely needs to recharge spent energy on the day’s work but in actual fact, the body works the regeneration cycle much faster when the brain does not control much action on the body. 

Babies, for that reason, need their sleeping time to develop muscles, limbs, and skeletal structure. In order to attain a good night’s sleep for your baby, it is essential that your baby have comfortable and inviting bedding. The secret to a good quality bed is one that feels just right. Beds that are to big may make your little one feel insecure. Your baby’s bed should be comfortable and offer security for them to get a good quality night sleep. Choosing the proper bedding should also be a concern. The bedding should be easy to touch and feel comfortable. Bedding that is to rigid or even to fluffy could reduce your baby’s comfort level and as a result reduces his/her sleep time. We would want our babies to enjoy their beds and consider it a place of security.

Your goal is to make your baby’s sleeping experience an enjoyable one. Bedding should be inviting to the eye. Remember that your baby needs enough rest to promote his/her growth and development and when this is achieved, your baby will be able to achieve his full potential.

Dealing With Baby Sleeping Issues Is Easier Than You Think!
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“Understanding baby sleeping” provides those options.

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The information included on this site is for your information only, and is by no means a substitute for the advice of a qualified medical practitioner. If you have a particular problem or ambiguity, see a doctor.



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