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Author Axelrod, Sofia, 1979- author.
Title How babies sleep : the gentle, science-based method to help your baby sleep through the night / Sofia Axelrod, PhD.
Pub Info New York : Atria Paperback, [2020]
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 Brooks(Harwich)-Children  J PARENT 613.794 AXE     AVAILABLE
 West Tisbury-Juvenile  PARENT 613.79 AXE     AVAILABLE
 Falmouth-Adult Collection  613.794 AXE     AVAILABLE
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Edition First.
Descript xxvi, 219 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- The science of sleep -- Create the ideal light and sleep environment -- Create the ideal sleep and nap schedule -- Teach your baby to sleep through the night -- Solving common sleep problems -- Weekends, vacations, and time zone changes -- Your how babies sleep solution.
Summary "Discover the best baby sleep method-gentle, science-backed, and inspired by the latest Nobel Prize-winning research-that shows you how to get your baby to sleep through the night naturally"-- Provided by publisher.
Sleep-- or the lack of it-- is one of the most crucial issues for new parents. Newborn babies typically wake every two to three hours, and there is nothing bleary-eyed, exhausted parents want more than a night of uninterrupted sleep. After having her first child, Axelrod realized that the typical baby sleep advice conflicted with the actual science of sleep. She developed her method based on the latest discoveries about our body's circadian clock and how it is disturbed by light and other external stimuli. Here she shares helpful tips that work, explains why some age-old advice doesn't work, and helps both you and your baby enjoy a peaceful night's sleep. -- adapted from back cover
Subject Infants -- Sleep.
ISBN 9781982112578
1982112573
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