Parents are to blame for insomnia in children
Parents often complain that they do not get enough sleep because of their children.
But it turned out that more often they themselves become the cause of insomnia in their children.
The cause of chronic sleep deprivation of the baby can be stress and other emotional problems of their parents. Adult alarms make parents wake up at night, check if the baby is sleeping well, take him to bed and lull him again instead of giving himquietly sleep in your crib.
The study involved 45 mothers who had children from one month to two years. Observations showed that women suffering fromdepressive disorders, more often take children in their arms at night thandisturb their sleep. In addition, too troubling moms prettyreact sharplyat the slightest cry or moan of a baby in a dream, even if it does not require special attention.
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Scientists have proven that many mothers at night take their children in their arms or shift them to their beds to temperyour experiencesand feel intimacy with the child, and not because it is necessary for the baby.
That is, moms of young children need firstsolve your psychological problems, so that the child's sleep was calm and healthy enough.
Experts say that about 20% of women suffer from postpartum depression.