Causes and Tips on How to Concur 4 Month Sleep Regression.
Sleep regression is the refusal for a baby who has been sleeping well, suddenly changes and refuses to nap or starts to sleeps for shorter intervals. Sleep regression will see the toddler take longer times to fall asleep, and when he or she does, the nap does not last long, thus interfering with the 6 month old baby schedule. Mostly, sleep regression occurs at age 3 or 4 months, age 9 or past one and a half years. We discuss some causes of 4 month sleep regression as well as ways of lessening the effects.
At the age of 4 to 6 months, the baby has started noticing the things around him or her. The baby may get fascinated and in the mood for plays and laughs during the day, taking most of his nap time. The plays and exploration moments pushes the sleeping schedule ahead.
The a caregiver should engage the toddler with plays at the convenient time that will not affect the sleeping schedule. Evening bath and massage is also a great way of reducing the sleep regressing.
Sleep regression can also be caused by changing the feeding schedule. The toddler might not sleep well if fed earlier than usual. Avoid frequent altering of the feeding timetable, but if the change is inevitable, the baby will adapt with time.
Change of diet can also cause the sleep regression. A 6 months old toddler has not been introduced to several types of foods. At that age, the toddler is on breast or formula milk. A Change or introduction of formula milk might affect some toddlers, interfering with their digestion as well as sleep pattern. To avoid this problem, any change of diet can be done early morning … Read More ...