Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child
Sleep comes from the Brain, not the Stomach
August 14, 2023

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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child

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A Healthy Child Needs a Healthy Brain, A Healthy Brain Needs Healthy Sleep

If you have not already done so, please read Blog Posts 1 through 5 that describe how sleep is important and beneficial. I will post specific information for parents and children based on my book, “Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child.” Please do not be put off by my book’s length. This is a reference book. Read only the topic of interest to you.

Blog 144Sleep comes from the Brain, not the Stomach

Feeding more calories does not make your child sleep longer.

  1. When your child is hungry, then feed your child.
  2. When your child is drowsy, then soothe your child to sleep.
    1. Because sucking is soothing, encourage sucking (pacifier, wrist, fist, or finger) at sleep times.
  3. Feeding and soothing your child to sleep need not necessarily have to occur at the same time.

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