Wednesday, January 25, 2012
A new study found 10 percent of infants and toddlers have trouble sleeping, and may be at risk for developing sleep disorders as they age.
Dr. Jyoti Krishna with the Cleveland Clinic said talking specifics with your pediatrician about various sleep behaviors can help solve various infant sleep problems.
“Hitting upon how easy it is to put them to bed, how easy it is to get the child to go to sleep, to stay asleep, daytime sleeping or napping behaviors and other problematic nighttime behaviors, as well as sleeping in their own bed versus a parental bed,” said Dr. Krishna.
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