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My Baby Wakes Up 30 Minutes After Falling Asleep at Bedtime

My Baby Wakes Up 30 Minutes After Falling Asleep at Bedtime “My 8-month old is sleeping beautifully thanks to your program except that every night after she goes to bed, my baby wakes up after about a half an hour and cries for at least 20 minutes. She goes to bed at 7:30 p.m., but…

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Can You Eliminate Night Terrors?

Today, Lully, the company behind the first device proven to stop night terrors, is introducing their newest product, the LullySleep Guardian Plus. It is proven to stop up to 80% of night terrors within the first 4 weeks of use, and it makes night terrors shorter and less severe. Best of all, it includes brand new features…

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What Every Parent Needs To Know About Night Terrors

Night terrors are something that no parent wants to deal with. They’re sudden, loud, scary, and often start and stop without warning. Thankfully, they’re likely more frightening for you than for your child, though it’s quite scary hearing your child scream awake shortly after falling asleep. Often, children experiencing a night terror are screaming, and…

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My Good Sleeper Is Suddenly Insecure At Night

  Would you like me to answer your baby sleep problem in my next video? If so, post your question on my Facebook Page! I will pick several questions a month to answer and post them here on the blog!   Hi. I’m Kim West, the Sleep Lady, and today I’m going to answer Karen’s question:…

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Could My Child Have Night Terrors?

  Would you like me to answer your baby sleep problem in my next video? If so, scroll down and submit your question in the comment section below. I will pick several questions a month to answer and post them here on the blog!   Hi, Kim West, the Sleep Lady and in this video…

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Sleep Regression or Night Terrors? Ask the Sleep Lady

Hi. I’m Kim West, the Sleep Lady. And in this video blog, I’m going to answer Maria’s question about whether her baby is experiencing sleep regression or night terrors. Here’s what she e-mailed in: “My baby is 16 months old and has been sleeping through the night almost since we brought her home from the…

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How to Deal with Nightmares and Monsters

Not every parent experiences their toddler waking from a nightmare; but if you do, it can be heart breaking. You hear a scared and desperate cry coming from your toddler’s room, and you rush in to find him bolt upright in bed, screaming and wilding waving his arms, just asking for you to make it…

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Nightmares or Night Terrors – Toddlers’ Sleep May Need Monitoring

Nightmares and night terrors are confusing in both cause and treatment. Knowing the difference between the two is the key to determine the best way to handle each episode. Nightmares occur during REM sleep, which happens near the end of our sleep period. When children have a nightmare, they will seek comfort from their disturbing…

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