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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child: A step-by-step programme for a good night's sleep
 
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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child: A step-by-step programme for a good night's sleep [Format Kindle]

Marc Weissbluth
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"I love Dr. Weissbluth' s philosophy that the most important thing to have is a well-rested family. And fortunately, thanks to this book, most days (and nights) we do!" (Cindy Crawford)

Présentation de l'éditeur

In this completely revised and expanded edition, Dr Marc Weissbluth - a leading paediatrician - updates his groundbreaking approach to solving and preventing children's sleep problems, from infancy through to adolescence.



In Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child he explains with authority and reassurance his step-by-step regime for parents for instituting beneficial habits within the framework of their child's natural sleep cycles. This valuable sourcebook outlines the best course of action for sleep problems: prevention and treatment; reveals the common mistakes parents make to get their children to sleep; helps stop the crybaby syndrome, nightmares and bedwetting and provides new material on:


- how to handle 'nap-resistant' kids and when to start sleep training


- help for working mums and children with sleep issues


- the father's role in comforting children


- the benefits and drawbacks of allowing kids to sleep in the family bed


And much more.



Rest is vital to children's health, growth and development. Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child outlines proven strategies that ensure good, healthy sleep for every age.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 à lire absolument 2 novembre 2010
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Avec ce livre, on est loin des méthodes 5/10/15 où on va rassurer l'enfant toutes les 5/10/15 minutes en le laissant pleurer. Non, les conseils sont adaptés au souci rencontré.

L'auteur explique clairement comment 'fonctionne' le sommeil selon les âges. Cela permet de voir où en est son propre enfant. Le but de ce livre est de donner aux enfants de saines habitudes de sommeil de nuit et aussi de jour. Les conseils semblent simples mais ils sont d'une grande efficacité. Même écrit en anglais il est très facile à lire.

Nous n'avions pas de réel problème de sommeil avec notre bébé.. si ce n'est qu'il ne dormait que dans nos bras en journée!! En apprenant à respecter la fenêtre d'éveil de 1 à 2 heures et en étant constant dans la manière de bercer et d'aider à s'endormir notre enfant, il a fallu très peu de temps (quelques jours) pour lui faire accepter son lit en journée. 3 semaines après avoir lu ce livre et adapté notre façon de procéder, il réclame son lit de manière claire et il n'est pas nécessaire de le bercer (au contraire, il rouspète pour être dans son lit!)

Ce livre contient pas mal d'exemples concrets, très utiles.
Enfin, de nombreux problèmes sont envisagés avec leurs solutions correspondantes, selon l'âge de l'enfant.

J'ai trouvé que ce livre sortait vraiment du lot en ce qui concerne le sommeil. Car il traite non seulement du sommeil de nuit mais aussi de jour (durée des siestes, jusque quel âge).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 THANK YOU DR WEISSBLUTH! !!!! 25 novembre 2013
Par davdup1
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After 10 months of sleepless nights, crunky baby, stress, living HELL... I have my life back!!!!!! Now he sleeps from 6.30pm till 6am strech! Please buy it, it can save your life!A MUST REaD for all tired parents! All babies are made to sleep well and a lot!better than hogg, ferber, bacus, sears....i tried everything....
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for infants 4mos.+ 26 août 2006
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I have read a few books on sleep and appreciate that Weissbluth substantiates his findings scientifically. I think it is a great book for infants from four months on. He even discusses adolescent sleep issues. I consider him a true authority on childhood sleep.

However, I do think he lacks expertise in early infant sleep. My 2 month old cannot sleep without motion and for a while I thought I was doing something wrong to let her sleep this way. I couldn't resolve it no matter how I tried. I re-read these parts of the book and he states that he THINKS infants should sleep motionless. This is the only part of the book he doesn't back up with research. In fact his section on infants 0-4 is the briefest part of the book. When it comes to early infancy, I recommend Happiest Baby on the Block. Dr. Karp's expertise is with colicky infants, which usually occurs at ages 0-3 months.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must read! 4 octobre 2005
Par Claudia Constantino - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a must read. Marc Weissbluth is one of the foremost authorities on this matter and his insight was tremendously helpful to me as a first time mom. Often times when my little girl had been up for 2 hours and she started to cry I immediately thought she needed to be fed, when in fact she needed to take a nap. It's amazing what a good sleeper she is now. Ever since I read the book she has gotten just the right amount of sleep that she needs so that she is always cheerful in her wakeful periods. Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Changed my life! 30 janvier 2006
Par H. P. Standish - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I recommend this book to all mothers who need help with their babies/toddlers because it changed my life. I consider myself an attachment parent, but couldn't continue it as strongly after my husband left for the summer with his job assignment. This book had many different options and was open-minded enough that I was able to begin to get my sleep and the baby got hers. I was back to the "happy mommy" she once knew before Daddy left. It made all the difference in the world when my second child came along. Now I have a 4&1/2 month old and a 26 month old baby and I get my nap when they nap almost every day. I can't say enough good about this book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 must have 25 juin 2004
Par P. Cinquanti - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Get this book. Read it. Live by it.
Once your child is well rested so many problems just fade away.
The single best baby book we ever purchased.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best advice and information on sleeping! 16 juillet 2006
Par New Mommy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a first-time mother (at the age of 43) I thought I was prepared for everything. Everyone said not to expect to sleep much after having a baby. So when our daughter was 4 weeks old, and my sister-in-law told me about a book on sleep that would get us all more sleep, I thought, why didn't someone tell me about this sooner? Unfortunately, the book was Ezzo's "Baby Wise" and after reading it and trying it's advice for a few days I felt terrible about what I was putting my baby through for the sake of a few minutes of sleep.

Fortunately, it got me to do some research, and after a week of reading a few more books on the subject (what else did I have to do when I wasn't sleeping) I luckily came upon this one! After just 2 days, she was sleeping for hours and hours at a time, and after a week, she was sleeping for at least 6 hours at night. She is now 16 weeks old and has been sleeping from 7:45pm straight through to 6:15am without waking up for a feeding since she was 12 weeks old.

The best advice in the book? The two-hour awake window. When she was 5 weeks old, we learned she needed to go to sleep after only one hour of wakefulness. She is now only able to stay awake for no more than 1.5 hours without getting overtired.

Other books told you to put your baby to bed when they were tired, but didn't tell you how to know when they were tired. Turns out that what most of us think are the signs of a tired baby are signs that they are actually overtired. Once we learned what to look for, she fell asleep easily. She goes to bed when she's awake, with a smile on her face, and falls asleep in about 2-5 minutes without crying!

Some comments about other reviews: this book is very easy to read and understand. It covers various age groups and issues you may encounter with each phase. One person said the author contradicted himself, but she is mistaken. She was taking various pieces of advice out of context. What is right for a baby of 2 months old, is not the same advice he would give for a baby of 6 months old, and vice versa. Also, The person who wrote in her review about the two-hour nap was misquoting the author. His advice is that babies should be awake, not napping, for no longer than two hours. He does not limit nap times (at least not for young babies.)

Finally, I would like to note a few things I wondered when reading others reviews: First, I went back to work when she was 9 weeks old and she is in a daycare center. They follow her nap schedule perfectly and are also able to tell when she is ready to go down. She sleeps longer than all the other babies and never cries. Second, I nurse her. (Expressed milk during the day.) I also give her a bottle of formula before bed at night so I can get another feeding in a bottle for her. The author is an advocate of breastfeeding, but not a die-hard and made me feel very comfortable having made this decision. Third, she slept in a bassinet in our room until she was 13 weeks old (we didn't feel comfortable with co-sleeping, which he is all for but does not push) when we moved her to her crib in her room. She made the transition seemlessly!

We have a very happy and healthy baby who is learning things so quickly and gaining weight at a normal rate (two things I wondered how she would do if she was sleeping all the time.) I recommend that all parents read this book. I can't imagine how our lives would be without it!
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