Many new parents are surprised by just how often their baby wakes up and how little sleep they end up getting.
Newborn babies require regular feeding and care, which is why this phase is often referred to as the "fourth trimester". Their needs are very similar to their time in utero.
Sleep deprivation clouds judgement, causes forgetfulness, confusion and depression. It slows reaction time and can lead to dangerous decisions and health concerns.
Getting good sleep enhances energy, leads to clear thinking and decision making, lets the body self heal and regulate, in turn strengthening immunity and boosting wellness. Studies have found that parents who get more restful sleep are far less likely to experience postpartum depression.
The workshop is presented in video and downloadable audio, so you can listen on the go.
You will also receive handouts that you can continue to refer back to and follow, as well as a simple sleep tracking resource to help you establish a sleep pattern that follows baby's natural rhythms.
You will be able to create wonderfully nurturing and positive sleep experience for your baby and yourself.
After my first baby was born I realised how little I knew about anything to do with parenting, it was a steep and often difficult learning experience.
Getting enough sleep was our biggest battle and I learnt why they use sleep deprivation as torture!
I read and read during the early years to try and find a method that suited our family and didn’t involve enduring long hours of crying. Two babies later, I've pulled the best baby sleep tools together to shortcut your learning curve.BUY NOW