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Scientists: insomnia in infancy – no cause for concern

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Scientists insomnia in infancy no cause for concern

11/17/2018

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Many mothers and fathers believe that a child up to 6 months will sleep all night, because pediatricians are convinced of this, but this is not so.

Scientists conducted an experiment in which they found out that children have no connection between sleep and their physical, psychological state.

That is, this suggests that parents should not worry once again: the child did not sleep for 8 hours, but 6 or 7.

Also, scientists have examined the question of how bad sleep in infancy affects a grown man, the answer is: no way.

According to experts, sleep during the night, somewhere between 6 and 12 months, is usually considered the “gold standard” in Western countries.

But experts argue that parents need to treat this more easily.

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