Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child: A Step-By-Step Programme for a Good Night’s Sleep

By | November 14, 2019

In this completely revised and expanded edition, Dr Marc Weissbluth – a leading paediatrician – updates his groundbreaking approach to solving and preventing children’s sleep problems, from infancy through to adolescence. In “Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child”, he explains with authority and reassurance his step-by-step regime for parents for instituting beneficial habits within the framework of their child’s natural sleep cycles. This valuable sourcebook outlines the best course of action for sleep problems: prevention and treatment; reveals the common mistakes parents make to get their children to sleep; helps stop the crybaby syndrome, nightmares and bedwetting and provides new material on: how to handle ‘nap-resistant’ kids and when to start sleep training; help for working mums and children with sleep issues; the father’s role in comforting children; the benefits and drawbacks of allowing kids to sleep in the family bed; and much more. Rest is vital to children’s health, growth and development. “Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child” outlines proven strategies that ensure good, healthy sleep for every age.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 11/14/2019 at 18:08.

Out of date, lacking quality detail and just unhelpful I purchased this book as I wa s looking for more on how to deal with my baby’s leap 7 (Wonder Week) sleep disturbances and to get info to help me plan a few months ahead for weaning off night feeding and feeding to sleep. I had been led to believe that Weissbluth was the middle ground between CIO and attachment parenting. It was no such thing. Weissbluth advocates strongly for extinction and only briefly touches on controlled crying or camping out. Overall the book reads like a self help book,…

Anonymous on 11/14/2019 at 18:22.

This book, which was recommended to us by a peditrician friend of ours, was incredibly helpful when we had our first child. It explained in clear and concise lnaguage how many of things we were doing were actually making sleeping more difficult for our daughter and how somethings that seem counter intuitive — like letting your baby take a nap at 6:30 in the evening — actually can work miracles. Really, miracles.The great conspiracy of parents never lets people without kids in…

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