Posts Tagged ‘child sleep’
Sleep is also very important, like a good meal, a good rest is part of a healthy lifestyle. In the book Healthy Sleep Habits, Dr. Marc Weissbluth says that sleep is the energy source that keeps the mind alert and calm. “Sleeping well increases brainpower, such as lifting weights builds muscle,” he says.
How to know if your children sleep well?
To find out if your children sleep well is necessary to think the following: Do your child sleep without interruptions? This is very important because a good sleep is one in which we sleep uninterrupted. If your child does not sleep properly, it may be very common that in the morning you wake up with headache and fatigue. Read the rest of this entry »
The dream is a physiological state of unconsciousness during which there is a decrease in motor activity, sensory and mental alertness.
It is an active process with changes in bodily and mental functions, which involves intense brain activity and involves higher cortical function. All these hormonal changes, biochemical and metabolism are essential for proper functioning during wakefulness.
During this stage, the baby recovers energy, with a protein synthesis and cell regeneration, production of growth hormone and substances important for immunity. These phases have a maturational evolution from the fetal stage into adulthood. In the dream, children mature nervous system and regulate the growth of their organs. Read the rest of this entry »
In the first two to three weeks, when the rhythm of sleep is not yet settled, it can be that the child will sleep more of the day and night.
In the meantime the situation will improve spontaneously; you can try to speed up this process with the practical arrangements that make it clear the difference between day and night.
One of the tips is to keep the baby in the pram during the day, bearing in his/her bed at night only. Read the rest of this entry »
When baby arrives, mom arises thousand is a question about the biological rhythm of this new born to start his sleep. Is it sleeping all the hours that it is necessary for him? Is it sleeping well? When will it do its nights?
Although the baby sleep is very different from an adult, it is primarily a small human being, who needs some sleep for his well being and enlightenment.
Be aware that a newborn sleeps an average 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Daily chaining sleep cycles an hour and sometimes 2 to 3 hours to the delight of parents. Read the rest of this entry »