Sleep is vital to a baby's wellbeing and ensuring that their baby sleeps well is a major worry for most parents. Here, a paediatric nurse and sleep specialist, explains how parents can establish and maintain good sleep habits in their babies and solve sleep problems. The practical guidelines she offers as to what to expect at different ages and how to manage sleep at these times is based on years of working with babies and their parents.
is a clinical nurse specialist at the Childrens Hospital in Reykjavik, Iceland and has worked in paediatric nursing since 1978. For the last 13 years she has built up an outpatient clinic in Iceland for babies with sleep problems which assists some 500 families a year. She is also an active researcher and teacher and regularly contributes to media discussions on the welfare of parents and children.
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The author is careful to explain that sleep impacts on and is affected by many aspects of a babys development and daily routine so that her approach is much more holistic than other books on the market.