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eBook Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems (Fireside book) ePub

by Richard Ferber

  • ISBN: 0671460277
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Richard Ferber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; 1 edition (1986)
  • Pages: 251
  • ePub book: 1251 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1210 kb
  • Other: docx txt lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 286

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Solve Your Child's Sleep. Most parents will be able to use this book as a guide in helping them sort out theirs from the child's needs and will be able to follow his clear, practical directions to the relief of sleeping through the night.

Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems Fireside book.

Start by marking Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems as Want to Read . But your child still has problems falling asleep. Dr. Richard Ferber can help. Paperback, 251 pages. Published April 17th 1986 by Fireside Books (first published 1985).

Start by marking Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems. 0671620991 (ISBN13: 9780671620998).

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. He discusses the causes of most sleep problems from birth to adolescence and recommends an array of proven solutions for each so that parents can choose the strategy that works best for them.

But your child still has problems falling asleep. Practical and easy to understand, Solve Your Childs' Sleep Problems tells you how to handle these situations in children aged one to six: Refusing to go to bed Colic and other medical problems Restlessness and insomnia Night terrors Bedwetting Headbanging and body rocking

Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems" by Dr. Richard Ferber, . was one of the first sleep books to help parents get their kids to sleep through the night. Originally published in 1985, it was revised in 2006 and continues to be a bestselling parenting book

Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems" by Dr. Originally published in 1985, it was revised in 2006 and continues to be a bestselling parenting book. But while many parents swear by Dr. Ferber's book and the Ferber sleep training method, it is often misunderstood by others who think it simply advocates that parents leave their kids to cry alone all night. If you give this book a chance you will see that

Solve Your Child's Sleep. He lives in Newtonville, Massachusetts. If you give this book a chance you will see that. Since being born and after 12 months of dealing with our baby waking up every 1 to 2 hours and not knowing how to fall back asleep on their own, we tried the techniques in this book and saw results from the very first night to the tune of our baby sleeping for 10 hours straight for the first time since he was. born!

Dr Richard Ferber has been helping families sleep soundly for over 30 years. Books related to Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems.

Dr Richard Ferber has been helping families sleep soundly for over 30 years. He explains how to help your child: - enjoy his or her bedtime routine - fall asleep quickly and easily - self-settle if he or she wakes in the night - sleep peacefully all night long - go down easily for daytime naps.

Medical Advice Pediatric Speciality Sleep Disorders in children. The chapters explain what we know about sleep in general. Unusual problems like headbanging, Body rocking, and head rolling are discussed. Narcolepsy, and sleep walking, bedwetting and nightmares etc. Snoring

Comments

Thetath Thetath
First of all: Ferber is not a monster who lets babies cry themselves to sleep. If you give this book a chance you will see that. Since being born and after 12 months of dealing with our baby waking up every 1 to 2 hours and not knowing how to fall back asleep on their own, we tried the techniques in this book and saw results from the very first night to the tune of our baby sleeping for 10 hours straight for the first time since he was born! And the results just kept getting better and the crying almost completely went away. For those on the fence about Ferber, there are however several keys to successfully implementing his techniques. The first and most important is both husband and wife need to be on board for keeping discipline to practice the techniques in the book. If one or the other can't take baby crying as they adjust to new sleeping conditions that do not require help from Mom or Dad, this book won't be of any help and will be the source of heated arguments putting unnecessary pressure on your marriage. The second key is consistency. If you do this for a few weeks and think your baby's sleep troubles are solved, it's likely your baby will regress back to the "easier" conditions that baby formerly preferred to sleep under (i.e. conditions where someone needs to wake up whenever baby wakes up to satisfy whatever condition(s) baby has been trained to think they need to fall back asleep). This will lead to no one in the house being happy. The final key which combines both the above keys is maintaining the same schedule every day to the best of everyone's ability. It's easy to fall out any routine, but if you slip on baby's routine, this will directly affect their ability to sleep. I'm sorry to say while my wife and I maintained discipline for the first 3 weeks on this book and our baby was sleeping through the night for 9 to 10 hours without our help, after 3 weeks my wife who had been struggling with how quickly our baby showed he did not need anyone's help reverted to going in at the sound of any whimper and after 3 or 4 days of this she's back to sleeping on the floor every night with our baby who again is waking up every hour or two and needing her to cuddle him back to sleep. While this is the exact type of sleeping arrangement I thought we were trying to avoid, this is proof to me that while the techniques in this book work, if both Mom & Dad are not on board your baby will revert back to whatever conditions they formerly fell asleep under and you'll have to start all over again. I hope my advice can be of help to others. Good luck!
Steelrunner Steelrunner
I'll just sit here and wait for you to write your 5 star review after reading the book. Go ahead. I'll wait.

Yup, as a first time mom, I thought "She'll sleep through the night at 3 months. Ok 4 months. OK SIX MONTHS. OMG PLEASE SLEEP FOR THE LOVE OF GOD MOMMY NEEDS HER SLEEP." So after trying solids and routines and blah blah blah, I finally gave in and read the book and did everything Ferber suggested. And 4 days later, BOOM. Sleep training complete. 9.5 hours of pure blissful uninterrupted SLEEP.

A few things. Babies can sleep through the night around 3 months, but do what feels right. 6 months felt right for us.

When you have a child that sits up in the crib and cries, and you want them to go back to sleep, do not pick them up to lay them down! Just rub their back and walk out.

If their diaper is soaked and waking them up: feed them liquids earlier and spread it out. I nurse my daughter a little an hour before bed, then solids, then nurse a little more right before bed. Then I change her before she gets in the crib (this wakes her up but she's still drowsy). I also switched to overnight diapers. This solved a lot of our problems.

Last, this is an easy read. And very relatable to every persons situation.
fetish fetish
Dr. Ferber is a genius! I completely did not understand, and got the wrong idea about the Ferber method before i got this book. After, reading the book and understanding how exactly it works, i was relieved to find that it isn't just letting your baby cry for an hour by themselves. People who talk this method down, just don't really understand it. My 5 month old son would only fall asleep to the bottle. He would wake in the middle of the night needing either a pacifier, bottle, or to be held to go back to sleep. I like how Ferber explains how sleep works and how the wrong sleep associations for a child are important and it made perfect sense when I thought about it. I did the the sleep training and i am now on the third day. My son falls asleep completely on his own without needing to held to sleep or, fed to sleep, or using a pacifier. He now falls asleep completely on his own within 3-10mins of me putting him down in his crib and he sleeps completely through the night. I wish i got this book weeks ago. I am sooooo happy i bought this book. I would recommend it to any new parent trying to sleep train their 4month and up babies.
Winawel Winawel
I can’t recommend this book enough. As a first time mom, I cringed at the phrase “cry it out” and vowed NEVER to do that to my baby. As I have now learned, there are SO many variations of “CIO” and this is actually one of the most respectful and gentle ways to help your baby learn to sleep independently. To give a brief overview of Ferber, you go in to soothe at intervals which increase each time. For example, your baby cries, you go in at 3 mins, then 7, then 15, etc. I needed help because even though my 8 month old son knew how to put himself to sleep independently, he was waking in the middle of the night and wouldn’t go back to sleep unless he was nursed. It got to the point where I was up every hour when he was 8 months old. That was when I was desperate for answers. After ONE week of implementing this plan, my son was sleeping 11-12 hours straight without me going in. It’s been over a month and we are still going strong. Yes, every once in awhile he will wake up and cry but it’s typically less than a minute and he puts himself back down without me having to go in. It’s a miracle. I never thought he would sleep through the night so easily and quickly. I will say, I strongly believe in the importance of a good, predicable schedule for your baby- same wake up time and same bed time every night, as well as a good naptime and bedtime routine. Also, the correct amount of daytime sleep. The book goes into this briefly, but I think it’s very important, if your 8 month old is sleeping 4 hours during the day, of course they are going to wake up in the middle of the night.