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Hii mommies meri baby nite me jagti hai wo sirf puri nite me 2-3 hrs hii soti hai baki tym wo jagti hai arr din me muskil se 1-2 hrs hi jagti h baki tym soti h kya sare babies me ye normal baat hai...



Madhavi Cholera

its very normal dear! baby's sleeping shedule is changing everyday till she becomes 6 months old.

Neha Agarwal

Hi Priya. Initial days will be tough as ur baby is getting adjusted to the new environment. Hang in there. Pl read the answer in this thread too : Found this on BabyChakra. Thought you'd find it helpful!
https://app.babychakra.com/question/33389

Neha Agarwal

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5 Steps To Sleep Training Success

Revauthi Rajamani

Babies are just blank slates, you can begin to teach your baby good sleeping habits by establishing a bedtime routine once the baby settles down to the new environment.
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- As your baby's brain and central nervous system mature, her sleep cycles will get longer and more sleep will occur at night. Most babies adjust to the family timetable in a few months or so.
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- A newborn cannot eat all that much in a single feed. If you are breastfeeding, the milk gets digested quickly, which means a baby can wake up hungry and ready to fill the belly. So make sure you feed them on demand. A well fed baby, sleeps well too.
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- Try to nap during your baby's longer stretches of sleep.
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- You can assist the sleeping process by differentiating day and night atmosphere like creating a calm, dark environment at night, while letting the sunshine in during the day.
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- During daytime feedings, talk a lot to your baby, while at night feedings, make the surroundings quiet with as little light as possible.
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- Remove any item from the sleeping area that could potentially suffocate or distract a baby, cause overheating, including blankets, pillows, stuffed animals, or quilts.
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Remember, it is normal for babies to not sleep through the night, particularly the first three months of life. Some babies are better sleepers than others. But if you have concerns that something is causing your baby to wake during the night such as a cold, constipation, or gas, colic, please talk about it with your pediatrician.

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