• The long duration of a night's sleep

    Want your child to sleep at night longer? Make changes to his daytime sleep. In our family and in our practice, we repeatedly noted that children, who are often fed during the day on demand and worn in a sling bag, are only asleep during the day, and their longest period of sleep is reserved for the night.

    to the side. The "best" position can also change with age. Experiment and look for what position helps your child to sleep best.

    Children who jostle at night. If your child kicks at night and wakes you up, put a dense pillow or cushion between yourself and the baby so that he takes all the kicks and that the child has to cuddle up. Over time, you will get used to his antics, and he will somehow master the etiquette of sleeping together.

    Warm and are fluffy. We learned about this remedy for sound sleep during the parents' seminar in Australia. We looked at the audience and noticed that many parents brought sheep's skins with them. After they put their children to bed, they laid them at their feet on sheepskins. Children are accustomed to associating a warm and fluffy object with sleep. Although the child was in an unfamiliar place, the sheepskin was his

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    familiar bed, which he willingly accepted. Designed for small children, the skins are specially sheared to make them safe and comfortable for children, and also to be washed in a car. If after a child sleeps on a sheepskin, he will have a runny nose, cover the skin with a tissue diaper, a sheet or a pillowcase. If the

    does not stop sneezing even after you have covered the skin, you can assume that the child is allergic to wool.

    Position of arms. Never noticed that once you put your sleeping baby in his crib, he immediately wakes up and you have to start the whole ritual again? Or you may have noticed that as soon as you put your child in the crib, he begins to writhe and beat his head against the pillow. Your child gives you a signal that he is in an insufficiently deep sleep so that he can be left alone, and that he is not yet ready to completely part with you. Put one hand on the back of the child, and the other on the back. The warmth of a reliable hand can be that extra touch that is required to help a child to stop his silent protest and dive into sleep. As a finishing touch for this ritual of laying rhythmically pat on the back or the ass of the child at a speed of sixty beats per minute. Then take away your hands gradually, first one, then the second, lowering the pressure gradually, so as not to frighten the child and not to wake. During the laying on of hands on our children, we found that it is better to take the hand very gradually, even leaving it hanging in the air above the surface of the