Sleeping Like A Baby
A Sensitive and Sensible Approach to Solving your Child's Sleep ProblemsBook - 2001
Why doesn't my baby sleep better? weary parents ask. How can we get more sleep? There are as many answers to these questions as there are babies and families, says Dr Avi Sadeh in this helpful and reassuring (some may say indispensable) book. Based on his years of research with sleep-disturbed babies and their sleep-deprived parents, Dr Sadeh suggests a wide variety of practical solutions to babies' and young children's sleep problems. Other experts may recommend one strict approach to changing a baby's sleep habits, but a single remedy fails to take into account a baby's uniqueness and the dynamics of his or her family, Dr Sadeh contends. He helps parents first to understand the natural sleep patterns of babies, and then to consider their own family's situation and needs. In an accessible style designed to ease anxious parents' worries, Dr Sadeh describes the various sleep problems of early childhood, outlines treatment possibilities, and details the pros and cons of each of these choices. This book will appeal not only to sleepless parents seeking relief but also to those who are curious about the most recent findings in children's sleep research. Dr Sadeh addresses a full ra
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001.
Branch Call Number: 649.122 Sadeh
Characteristics: xiii, 204 p. :,ill. ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: Lishon kemo tinoḳ