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Alaska Sleep Education Center

Can a Baby Be Sleep-Trained?

Posted by excerpt from ABC News Story on Dec 5, 2018 5:00:00 PM

Good Morning America" meteorologist Ginger Zee is the mother of two boys,Adrian, who will turn three later this month, and Miles,who was born in February.

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Topics: baby, sleep training

The Right Way to Sleep Train Your Baby

Posted by Kayla LeFevre on Oct 1, 2018 2:37:00 PM

When it comes to sleep behavior, having to train your baby doesn’t usually come to mind. But for little ones who are just learning their new world, teaching them how to sleep independently builds life-long habits that both baby and parent will enjoy.

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Topics: sleep hygiene, sleep habits, mothers, baby

4 FAQ's About the 4-Month Sleep Regression

Posted by Kayla LeFevre on Jul 10, 2018 1:10:48 PM

  Oh, the dreaded 4-month sleep regression.  Chances are, if you’re reading this, then you’re probably in the midst of one yourself and have no idea where it came from, how long it’ll last or what to do about it.  Every parent experiences the challenges of their newborn no longer sleeping like before, resulting in drastic changes to their little one’s sleep. 

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Topics: baby, losing sleep, sleep deprivation

Snoring, Sleep Apnea and Pregnancy

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Jul 2, 2018 12:34:00 PM

  A new pregnancy is exciting and brings with it the classic discussions about morning sickness, food cravings, and having that "special glow."

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Topics: pregnancy, baby, high blood pressure, CPAP, OSA, depression

Sleep Apnea and Preeclampsia

Posted by Kayla LeFevre on Jun 28, 2018 2:56:16 PM

The Connection Between Sleep Apnea and Preeclampsia

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Topics: baby, pregnancy, high blood pressure, OSA

Child Anxiety and Sleep

Posted by Julia Higginson on Jun 5, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Are the phrases “There’s a monster under my bed! I’m too scared to sleep!” or “Don’t leave. Just one more story, please!” part of your nighttime battle to get your child to sleep? You might be thinking your child is just being difficult but the reality is that your child might be having sleep related anxiety.

You child might be afraid of the dark, of a monster under the bed, or bad guys coming into the room, just to name a few fears. The fear of something scary happening while a child sleeps can cause them to feel anxious about wanting to fall asleep.

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Topics: Pediatrics, stress, anxiety, baby, moms

New Parents and Sleep Deprivation: The Real Dangers

Posted by Kayla LeFevre on May 29, 2018 9:38:00 AM

When I was a "Non-mom," I’d read stories of a new parent charged with shaking her two-week old baby resulting in its death and be absolutely shocked and heartbroken. Then when I had a two-week of my own, I suddenly had a much better understanding of how other mothers could reach that breaking point.

Don’t worry, I would never harm my own; but between my in-experience and severe sleep deprivation, I was having a tough time keeping my composure. Guilt from not being cool and collected as I thought I should be would slowly chip away. It was calming to hear other, more experienced moms express that same feeling. It seems to be another one of those things that people never talk about when it comes to parenting.

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Topics: moms, baby, losing sleep

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