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How To Handle Babies’ Sleep Regression?

Sleep regression is most common at about 4 months, 9 months, and 12 months. It's about the time when your baby goes through several important stages: rolling over, sitting, standing, crawling, walking, etc. What actually happens to your baby is quite interesting. The 4 month elder sleep regression can be improved with the help of sleep consultants to make parents and their babies sleep better.

Your baby is going through incredible cognitive development. You learn new skills and put them into practice in your head. Over and over again until they finally master the ability that usually stops regression. Your baby's brain is overloaded during this time. 

Just imagine for a moment how you would feel the night before a big event, such as a wedding. when you go on vacation or the night before the wedding. You stay up all night thinking about everything and making sure you don't forget anything. You throw and keep looking at the clock.

It's getting late and no matter what you do, you can't just close your mind and fall asleep. You start to get angry, which makes it even more difficult to fall asleep. At this point you just want to scream! 

The next day you are too tired, irritable and just want to sleep. This is what happens to your baby. Your baby can't turn off the brain. He tried, as usual, to calm down and go to sleep, but that didn't seem to work.

During the 4-month sleep regression, you and your baby are most likely exhausted, and extra cuddles, and comforting words go a long way. While your baby may not be able to provide you comfort, you can still talk to your baby, hold, hold, and cuddle them to help them mitigate these developmental changes.