How to Help Your Child Survive a 12-Month Sleep Regression (ft. Sleep Specialist Chris Winter, MD)

Check out Sleep Foundation’s page on Sleep Regression:

12-Month Sleep Regression

00:00 Intro
00:17 What is a 12-month Sleep Regression
01:24 What causes sleep regression?
02:06 What are the symptoms of sleep regression
02:55 How long do sleep regressions last?
03:26 What can you do about sleep regressions?
04:47 Night time Awakenings and Separation Anxiety
06:11 Managing Teething and Sleep
06:43 When should parents speak with a Doctor?
07:38 Self Care for Parents
08:11 Conclusion

Are you struggling with your 12 month old’s sleep regression? You’re not alone! Sleep regression is a common occurrence around this age and can be frustrating for both you and your little one. Symptoms include difficulty falling asleep, waking up frequently during the night, and increased fussiness. Don’t despair, there are things you can do to help your child get back on track with healthy sleep patterns. Try establishing a consistent bedtime routine, creating a sleep-friendly environment, and using calming techniques like white noise or swaddling. Remember, sleep regression is only temporary and with a little patience and persistence, you can overcome it. Have you experienced sleep regression with your child? Share your tips and experiences in the comments below.


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