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When parents hear about infant sleep training, they often think of babies left alone in their cribs to cry themselves to sleep.

But there are alternatives to such an approach. Here I describe two such alternatives, both of which have been scientifically tested on babies and young children.

1. Positive routines with faded bedtime

The theory behind this sleep training method is simple:

Children will fall asleep more easily if they are led through a series of predictable, pleasant, quiet, bedtime rituals. But if you pick a bedtime that is too early, children won’t feel drowsy, and they may resist falling asleep.

d_363871 ⭐️how to d_363871 for With this program, you train your infant to associate the bedtime routine with feeling drowsy, and you do this by waiting until you are sure your baby is ready to fall asleep--even if this means starting bedtime later than you like.

You begin by noting your baby’s current sleep patterns (for help, see this Parenting Science article on signs of sleepiness and sleep deprivation). At what time of night does your baby fall asleep naturally? Establish this as your new bedtime, and introduce a soothing routine that leads up to it each night: Up to 20 minutes of for 1 last update 2020/05/29 quiet, calm, pleasant activities.
You begin by noting your baby’s current sleep patterns (for help, see this Parenting Science article on signs of sleepiness and sleep deprivation). At what time of night does your baby fall asleep naturally? Establish this as your new bedtime, and introduce a soothing routine that leads up to it each night: Up to 20 minutes of quiet, calm, pleasant activities.

Because your baby is already inclined to fall asleep at this newly-appointed time, you shouldn''s cries. The other 8 families were assigned a program that required parents to leave their crying babies alone in another room. When researchers analyzed short-term outcomes, they found that both approaches were equally effective (Matthey and Črnčec 2012).

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