Sleep aids can help your baby fall asleep without causing problems or poor sleep habits. Here are some of the best sleep aids that can help your baby sleep better. Parents, for their part, will also be able to sleep better on their own.
• Rest in bed: One of the best sleep aids is a regular and consistent bedtime. If the same thing happens every night, your baby will quickly learn to associate the routine with sleep. You can meet Chantal an expert sleep trainer for infants & toddlers to make your baby sleep better.
• Placement of sleeping position: A sleep positioner can help your baby fall asleep comfortably and stay in the right sleeping position. Slightly tilting the positioner can relieve digestive problems and help reduce milk reflux. The sleep positioner also has a device that mimics the sound of the human heart, making your baby feel close to you.
• Music: Classical music, lullabies, and uterine sounds reassure your baby that the crib or crib is a warm and comfortable place. This makes sense when you remember that time in the womb when your baby was subjected to an orchestra of bubbles, squeaks, and thuds.
• Night Light: While your baby may sleep better in a dark room when he wakes up at night, he may feel confused because he can't see familiar things around him. The soft glow of a night light can reassure your baby that they are in a familiar environment and soothe them to fall asleep again.
• Baby sleeping bag: This product maintains the right temperature for your baby and eliminates the need for a blanket which can be a potential hazard if wrinkled. Your baby can be placed in a sleeping bag to cuddle or nurse and go back to sleep in the crib with less anxiety. Make sure the sleeping bag is comfortable and the tog rating is appropriate for the time of year.