The Strong Case of Soothing Your Baby and Sleep Training

There have been countless debates on how to sleep training your baby. Some say to do the ‘cry out method’, others look to soothe at all times. This article explores lots of research and different links to better educate yourself on the topic. A lot of it is based on research and shares a library […]

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“My Child Was Sleep Deprived & It Disguised Itself As ADHD”

Melody Yazdani is a mother of four, and has been at this whole parenting thing for over 12 years now. But even after more than a decade of raising babies, Melody learns something new everyday. This week, she shared a HUGE red flag that all parents should be aware of saying, “it may just change […]

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Lunar Cycle Has Distinct Effect on Sleep, Study Suggests

Folklore has saddled the moon with major responsibilities: moods, spikes in crime and even psychosis are blamed on the Earth’s only constant natural satellite. But could the “lunar effect” interfere with sleep? Scientists have long understood that human activity is facilitated by light, be it sunlight, moonlight or artificial light. But a study suggests our […]

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Parents and Sleep, Does It Mix With Children?

We’ve all been there, probably more than we’d like to even admit. We’re up in the middle of the night, wondering, thinking, is sleep a thing of the past for me? Eyewitness News 13 takes a look into when parents should or could expect to regain some sleep… If you’re a parent of a little […]

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Improving Your Sleep During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Stress-related insomnia is often short-lived, but if it gets in the way of your daily activities, including sleep, for several days in a row, it’s important to contact your health care provider or reach out to a mental health professional. If your sleep issues persist for more than a month, seek treatment for the sleep […]

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Nighttime Parenting Isn’t a Set of Sleep Strategies, It’s a Relationship

“In about 95% of cases the reason a child doesn’t sleep well is…sleep props.” They were her exact words. A very popular sleep “expert’s” unqualified statement that found its way into my inbox. Included in the definition of “sleep props” were mothers nursing their babies to sleep and parents lying down with their children until […]

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I Never Worried About a Good Night’s Sleep After I Discovered This

I didn’t always have trouble sleeping. When I was younger, I slept like a log 💤💤. I could sleep on a bad mattress, snooze through noisy roommates, I had even been accused of snoring during a movie with things blowing up left and right. It just wasn’t an issue for me. And then in my […]

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How Does Sleep Affect Your Heart Rate?

Even if you don’t wear a smartwatch or fitness band to track your heart rate, you can often sense your pulse fluctuating throughout the day. During your waking hours, the number of heartbeats per minute when you’re just sitting quietly is known as your resting heart rate. In most adults, resting heart rates range between […]

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Futuristic Pods Installed in German City to Provide Shelter for Growing Homeless Population

To combat the growing problem of homelessness, an innovative company in Germany has installed sleeping pods to give them much needed shelter. Originally posted at My Modern Met website, read more about this company Ulmer Nest and how they’re helping to provide a safe shelter for those in need: People who are experiencing homelessness are […]

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Sleeping in a Cold Room Helps You Go to Sleep Quicker and Removes Stress

Sleeping hasn’t been that easy ever since I decided to move in with my wife. After being used to sleeping alone in a double-sized bed, I had to figure out how to make room for two. Besides the bed problem, here is another issue that we had in the beginning when we first started living […]

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Accepting the Reality of Infant and Toddler Sleep

Imagine if we, as a society accepted normal infant and toddler sleep.  I mean really accepted it, in all its glory.  Every part of society, from every generation, every family, every profession, every community, every culture, every religion. What if we knew and accepted it as expected and respected elements of a child’s development?  What […]

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A Treehouse Retreat for Adults

Remember when you were a kid and you had a treehouse in the backyard and would spend some nights sleeping there in the comfort of your backyard. Or you may have had a friend that had a treehouse you would play in when you’d come over. Some of us never had the pleasure to play in […]

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