There are many things that will disturb the sleep of the newborn. But, at the age of 2-3 months, baby will wake up at night several times than is necessary or even develop sleep disorders that can lead to some problems later more serious … Newborns should be awakened at night for nursing, but it is possible that, often, to wake up alone, some time before mealtime. Often, just that you feel close to him or keep him in your arms you can calm your baby and send it back in an instant in the arms of sleep …

To avoid sleeping problems, such situations depends on your baby to sleep, some actions “helpful”, such as swinging or breastfeeding, preparing him for bed before you sleep and let him to “call” his sleep alone. You will see that gradually learns to descend into the world of dreams on their own…

It is necessary to teach your baby, gradually, how to sleep throughout the night. Experts in child development have not reached perfect agreement on the best ways to do this and there are consequently many opinions that conflict. We will present what are the most used approaches to sleep the night of newborns …

Your child can develop his habits “healthy” of sleep even until the age of 6 weeks. The key to this solution is to establish a consistent sleep schedule and consistent and you put it to sleep while the baby is still awake. Otherwise, he get tired very much and not sleep easily. If your child falls asleep alone, it’s okay to answer them and talk with him during the night or afternoon sleep when he wakes up and needs to be changed or fed.

Replace any associations that the child makes between sleep and your presence (eliminate any activities that may require your presence next to him, such as swinging or nursing) with other things that will always be near the little one when he finds such as his favorite blanket.

When he wakes up, which is unavoidable, use your voice to reassure, but let go increasingly longer intervals between them in which you speak. So will realize it is time to learn to calm by himself.

When he wakes up, not let him cry until he no longer can, but do not run at him from the first cry … Wait a few minutes to figure out if it is really awake and upset, and then enter into his room. Calm him without taking him in your arms and get him up of the crib. Instead, comfort him and calm him and talking. At first, check it and go to him every few minutes, but then it is better to start shouting outside his room.