The impact of heightened cortisol levels on the self settled baby

So this is probably going to push a few buttons for a number of people, but I’m afraid my buttons were pushed when it was implied that I was advocating sleep training methods that cause pathophysiological harm to babies in relation to raised cortisol levels. This really got my blood boiling. Now these days I […]

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Why sleep is crucial for our kids health

Why is sleep so important? Well there are many reasons why your child should get more sleep but the one point that sticks in my mind is that sleep is simply fundamental to your child’s growth and development. You know how you feel when you don’t get enough sleep at night.  Your grumpy, unable to […]

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Poor Sleep Deprived Mums

  There is no way you can prepare yourself for the torture of sleep deprivation! Night after night we somehow find the energy to throw back the doona, roll out of bed, stumble down the hall, knocking into the wall once or twice as we try to find our feet, sleepily picking up our hollering […]

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Common Sleep Training Mistakes

Sleep is not something that we are naturally born knowing how to do easily. Seems ridiculous right? But you will probably agree that there have been many times where you have had to resort to nursing, rocking, driving your baby around in the car or pram in a desperate attempt to get your little one […]

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