Tag: nightmares

How to Deal with Nightmares and Monsters

How to Deal with Nightmares and Monsters Not every parent experiences their toddler waking from a nightmares, 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,…

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Stop My Toddler From Cosleeping — My Husband is on the Couch!

Stop My Toddler From Cosleeping — My Husband is on the Couch! A reader wrote in with a plea to “stop my toddler from cosleeping.” She wrote: “My 3.5 yr old daughter has recently started to have issues with sleeping in her bed. I am certain at times she has nightmares. We have let her…

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Nightmares, Night Terrors, And Everything In Between

Guest post by Dr. Andy Rind  One of the most common sleep complaints parents bring up with their pediatrician is nightmares. Nightmares can be very challenging for parents and of course upsetting for your child. When trying to help improve their child’s nightmares, it is important to first makes sure that nightmares are, in fact, what…

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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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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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