Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child
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August 4, 2022

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Introduction

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

Blog Posts 15, based on the United States of America Department of the Army Field Manual: Holistic Healing and Fitness, describe what really matters for your child’s sleep. If sleep is an important enough topic for national defense than surely sleep should be considered a serious topic for parenting!

Blog Fake News on Instagram

I have posted 12 Fake News items on my Instagram page (#marcweissbluth) and more Myths on Blog Posts 36 and 37.

Fake News #1

TEETHING
Disrupts Sleep


Fake News #2

SLEEP TRAINING
Disrupts Mother-Child Bond

Fake News #3

SLEEP TRAINING
Harms the Child

Fake News #4

GROWTH SPURTS
Disrupt Sleep

Fake News #5

SLEEP REGRESSIONS
Disrupt Sleep


Fake News #6

ACQUIRING A NEW MOTOR SKILL
Disrupts Sleep

Fake News #7

MY CHILD IS AN ‘OWL’
Late Betimes are OK

Fake News #8

“IT’S A PHASE”
My Child Will
Outgrow Sleep Problems

Fake News #9

DREAM FEEDS
Help My Child Sleep

Fake News #10

LATE BEDTIMES ARE HARMLESS

Fake News #11

MELATONIN IS EFFECTIVE

Fake News #12

WAKE WINDOWS

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