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How to Succeed in Sleep Training While Nursing

How to Succeed in Sleep Training While Nursing

  Many parents wonder whether they can continue to nurse while sleep training their baby. The answer is yes! You can absolutely maintain an established breastfeeding relationship while encouraging your baby to sleep well and independently through the night....

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Children-Creating the Ideal Sleep Environment for Sleep

Children-Creating the Ideal Sleep Environment for Sleep

One of the most integral parts of setting the stage for improving your baby or child’s sleep environment is having the ideal sleep-friendly bedroom possible. Keep these simple tips in mind as you start to set up your baby’s nursery or child’s bedroom. Your bedroom is vital to getting a goodnight’s sleep.

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Parenting Class: Raising Kids with Self Confidence

Parenting Class: Raising Kids with Self Confidence

As kids develop and try new things or do something difficult for them to accomplish, this will boost their confidence in themselves. If the parent takes an interest in what interests the kid – whether it be sports or arts- then there may be more opportunities to explore those talents further, which will also positively affect self-esteem levels over time!

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Healthy sleep for the whole family

Healthy sleep for the whole family

Sleep is so important for the overall health and well-being of your family. When we don’t get enough sleep, we feel tired, emotional, and more easily overwhelmed. But poor sleep also has an impact on our physical health. For example, more studies show that a lack of sleep increases the risk of stroke, diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers. 

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Screen Time and Child Development – Limiting Screen Time for Kids

Screen Time and Child Development – Limiting Screen Time for Kids

The average child spends 3-7 hours every day on their phone, tablet, or computer. Teens spend even more time in front of screens, damaging the body’s natural sleep and growth cycles. The latest research from Stanford University shows that teenagers are spending an outrageous 7+ hours a day glued to electronics. This has been linked with all sorts of health problems, including depression and social issues like bullying among peers.

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One Pill Can Kill – How to Prevent Getting Poisoned

One Pill Can Kill – How to Prevent Getting Poisoned

As an emergency room doctor, I see overdoses of medications pretty frequently. Unfortunately, many medicines can cause illness and death in children. It’s a tragedy. Often toddlers think medication is candy. Help make your home and child safer. Know the medicines that just one pill can kill and must not be accessible by your child. This is important!

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How to Get a Baby to Sleep at Grandma’s House

How to Get a Baby to Sleep at Grandma’s House

Babies are notorious for not sleeping throughout the night, and as you know, a lack of sleep can be incredibly detrimental to your physical and mental health. As children grow and develop into toddlers, not a significant deal changes in terms of sleeping routines.

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Child nightmares and night terrors

Child nightmares and night terrors

Most kids experience child nightmares or night terrors that they will eventually grow out of. Nightmares, or scary dreams, wake children up and leave them fearful and upset. Nightmares can cause sleep disturbances and difficulty being alone.

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