Clearly parents have nighttime needs for sufficient sleep themselves.
If we want to decrease risk of SIDS events, then we must ensure infants are in the best possible situation to support breathing and arousability.
Parents are anxious and often fear dire consequences if their child doesn’t get enough sleep. Mother-baby experts take a look at what counts as 'normal.'
Another look at nighttime breastfeeding and postpartum depression.
Most of us probably know what it feels like to be so tired that we think we are going to die if we don’t get some sleep. Some suggestions to help.
Controversy over sleep behavior in public health campaigns. How can we improve sleep safety and lower infant mortality rates without compromising breastfeeding?
Introduction to Women's Health Today from Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA.