Blog: Articles for Better Sleep

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Naps on the Go How to Make a Good Nap Happen for Your Baby

Dr. Sarah Mitchell shares tips on overcoming challenges to help your baby nap on the go. Learn the importance of daytime naps for both baby and mom and discover strategies for stress-free outings and improved mental health.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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5 Signs Your Baby is Overtired

Is your baby fussy? Could be that she is overtired, and become less fussy quickly with some simple sleep tips.
Oct 24, 2019
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Why "Drowsy But Awake" Doesn't Work Long Term

In this article first we'll discuss how to do "drowsy but awake" and the benefits and then we'll review why this doesn't work for so many parents long term. 
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Dealing with Sleep Regressions for 1-3 Month Olds

Handling sleep regressions takes patience and consistency. Remember that disruptions to sleep are...
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Top 5 Reasons Your Baby Wakes Up Too Early!

Do you have a baby or toddler who is waking up early in the morning? By early, I mean before 6 am. Anything after 6 am is fair game. Based on a human’s circadian rhythm, we can expect that babies and toddlers will wake up anywhere between 6 and 7 am. 5:00 am and 4:30 am are pushing that limit and our patience.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Should You Wake A Sleeping Baby; What You Need to Know

Your child is sleeping so soundly! Maybe too soundly?? Anxiety starts to kick in, should you wake your baby if she’s sleeping too long? Should I wake my baby to preserve a schedule?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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14 and 15 Month Baby Sleep Schedule

In this article, 14-month old baby sleep sample schedule is explained and signs are listed about when your baby is ready to drop down from 2-1 nap.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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‍How to Help Your Baby with Reflux Sleep [Complete Guide]

If you are struggling with your baby sleep due to reflux then this post will help you better understand reflux and what to do to help your baby sleep better
Jun 27, 2020
Dr. Sarah Mitchell