What exactly does the term sleep training mean?
If you've ever asked about sleep training in a mothers group, or googled the term, you'll know that there is a wide definition of what sleep training actually means.
A lot of people assume wrongly that sleep training is synonymous with cry it out. Simply put, that when someone mentions doing some sleep training, they mean leaving your baby to scream all night long....
When we talk about sleep training we are talking about taking part in our process to achieve you and your family a better night's sleep.
This can involve developing new routines and settling tools, evaluating nutrition, associations, environmental and family factors and more.
Check out my description of what exactly our process here at Baby Sleep Consultant is.
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Here is a small list of sleep challenges we can help with.
- Short naps
- Self settling
- Dummies and sleep
- Rocking to sleep
- Newborn not settling
- Witching hour
- Broken night sleep
- Toddlers not settling
- Early morning wake ups
- No naps
- Not sleeping through the night
- Crying all night
- Feeding to sleep associations
- Moving from bed sharing to independent sleep
- Stroller naps
- Nap strikes
- 4 month sleep regression
- Cat naps
- Safety sleep transitions
- Swaddling transitions
- Gentle sleep tools
- No cry sleep training
- Illness regressions
- Daycare transitions
- 12 month sleep regression
- Dropping naps
- Consolidating naps
- Split night patterns
- Day night confusion
- Delayed onset of sleep
- Holding to sleep
Get in touch, you could be 7 days away from a better sleep.
Founder of Baby Sleep Consultant, lead educator for Baby Sleep Consultant Training, Happiest baby on the block educator, and Little Treasures magazine sleep expert, mother of 3.
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