Sleeping is not an automatically regulated process such as the control of body temperature or breathing. Sleeping is more like feeding. Mothers know that junk food is not the right prescription for eating. Children need a balanced diet to grow and flourish. If the food that is given to children is insufficient or unbalanced, this diet will interfere with development. The same is true for unhealthy sleep patterns. Be consistent with your sleep plan. If a change is necessary allow at least a few days before the change becomes part of your routine. Be Patient and Consistent. Your goal is for good naps at routine times. Occasionally there will be a bad nap or a nap strike, but nap-resistant babies are usually overtired. Use the safe tool: NapCap, to assist you with getting the baby to relax and fall to sleep. NapCap, an infant sleep mask, blocks out distractions and light, allowing the baby to calm himself and relax and shut out the exciting world and fall to sleep. See how magical NapCap can be. Use NapCap consistently when following your sleep routine.
Archive for August, 2015
Sleep Mask – a blindfold (eyepatch, blinders), usually of cloth, tied or attached to one’s head to cover eyes to disable wearer’s sight.
What about having an infant sleep mask? With Baby NapCap a product now exists, that is safe and easy for our sensitive infants!
Additional notes of application from Wikipedia:
a. sleep mask – blocks out light when sleeping especially during air travel or sleeping during the day.
b. shuts out light and allows user to achieve a deeper level of sleep.
c. is a sensory deprivation tool in meditation or sleep, to focus on self rather than outside imagery and distractions.
d. covers eyes for health or sensitivity as in sunglasses.
Mothers of sensitive, curious and active babies will easily note that a sleep mask can be a tremendous benefit.
Try Baby NapCap to help your infant relax and calm himself. It works like magic.
Used consistently, look for NapCap to become a cue for sleep.