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Healthy baby’s sleep is important for normal development. If your baby is not sleeping at night, you need to find out the reason and to take any measures that the night was quiet and calm.
Children begin to dream while you are still in your mother’s womb with the twenty-fifth week of pregnancy, it is scientifically proven. Children’s sleep develops the mind and other senses. If the child does not sleep, it affects his mental and physical development. Many moms wonder why her baby has trouble sleeping at night at the age of one year, as to understand the cause of poor sleep. ‘ll look at the example of a bad dream ten-month baby.
Why the child is not sleeping?
Children who are born to sleep at night, and did not Wake up, are exceptions. Babies do not sleep as adults, their sleep is designed differently. Mode at this age are usually not installed yet.
But there are also several reasons why the child does not sleep at night at 10 months:
Maybe a baby suffers from colic, if the mother at 10 months of feeding your baby and drink lots of cow milk;
Abdominal pain can disrupt sleep if the infant formulas are poorly Continue reading
Children’s fears are observed every child of preschool age, which is fine, because the absence of fear would threaten the very life of the child: fear, like pain, warns of danger.
Developing and extending the life experience, the child is constantly faced with new phenomena and situations that at first alarming and frightening. Of course, fears of this kind are eventually overcome. “I’m scared, but I’m not afraid,” say the preschoolers.
But if the child feels fear, then, of course, this can disrupt the normal rhythm of life of the child, limits of cognition of reality, reduce and even paralyze the natural curiosity of children of preschool age. But the fears in children occur most often when a frightening, unknown, unknown happens to the child without support from the adult, i.e., coincides with a feeling of helplessness and insecurity. Hardly the child is feeling under the protection of the mother, formed a pathological fear of dogs in response to the warning that the dog might bite. But the same words spoken with irritation mother during the conflict with the child or said a stranger in the absence of loved ones (and in that and in other case, the child feels alone and vulnerable), can initiate a neurotic fears.
Often children’s fears are raised by the parents. Continue reading