As society as a whole changes, so do individual families. When larger families were the norm, it was expected that children would share a bedroom. Now that families have fewer children, this is no longer the case. That said, circumstances sometimes dictate that children must share a bedroom.
What role does nutrition play in promoting healthy sleep? A big one! In this guest article, Lauren Haddad-Olivet, a holistic nutritionist, explains why a healthy and well-balanced is so essential for good sleep, especially in winter.
Susan is a Danish mother and influencer. She enjoys listening to calm music before going to bed around midnight. Her morning mood is mostly good since she became a mother and for breakfast she normally takes eggs or oatmeal, although she indulges herself with pancakes every Sunday!
Poor sleep is a health problem affecting more than one in three adults worldwide. A new study published by Oxford University Press explains that apart from its impact on our health, inadequate sleep comes at a huge economic cost through its destructive effects on health, safety and productivity.
A holiday is meant to be a break from the routine. However, routine is essential for children, knowing what to expect during the day creates a sense of security and stability. Try not to make the break too drastic. But if the change is drastic, the following items can be useful in helping your baby fall asleep while on holiday.
Being a mum isn’t an easy job, let’s not kid ourselves. It’s no fun dealing with a screaming baby in the supermarket and dirty nappies stink, there’s no way of getting around it. It’s a job that we love, but sometimes… don’t always love. And as with the case of any job, mums also need a break or some secret “me-time.”
Some people can sleep like a log in the midst of a rock concert. Unfortunately, most of us aren’t blessed with this ability, and loud neighbors, crying babies and noise from traffic and construction can interrupt our sleep or prevent us from falling asleep at all.