The Fastest, Easiest & Most Gentle Way To Get YOUR Child Sleeping Through The Night
“Baby won’t sleep? If you’re the parent of a baby (or older child) who isn’t sleeping through the night, you owe It to yourself to check out The Sleep Sense Program by Dana Obleman.”
First published in 2005, it’s a step-by-step system that over 32,000 parents have trusted to teach their babies and toddlers how to fall asleep on their own... and sleep through the night!
The Sleep Sense Program gives you everything you need to solve common sleep problems like:
- Your child will ONLY fall asleep when nursing or bottle feeding. This is one of the most common causes of sleep problems, and you'll learn how to fix it quickly!
- Your child needs a soother or pacifier in order to get to sleep. Of course, whenever that soother falls out, YOU'RE the one who has to go put it back in.
- You are waking up with your child once, twice, three (or more) times each night. The reason? Your little one needs to learn to fall asleep WITHOUT your help. You'll learn a few different strategies for solving this.
- Your child needs to be rocked, bounced, or taken for a car ride in order to nap. Or (even worse) your child seems to REFUSE to take a nap -- despite the fact that he or she seems tired.
- Your OWN lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on you and your family. Studies prove that infant sleep problems are closely linked to postpartum depression.
… and much more!
What makes The Sleep Sense Program SO Effective?
While many other books use a “one-size-fits-all” approach, The Sleep Sense Program shows you the exact method you should use based on two important factors:
- Your child’s age, and
- Your child’s personality.
For example, the approach a parent of a sensitive 3-month-old should take is VERY different from the one you’d use for a stubborn 2-year-old!
More Than Just Getting Your Baby To Sleep At Night
Yes, The Sleep Sense Program will teach you how to get your child to fall asleep (and stay asleep) at night, but there’s also special sections on:
- Sleep issues when travelling
- Sleep adjustments in case of illness
- How to make naps longer
- How to make bedtime stress-free
- How to create a sleep sanctuary for your child
In short, The Sleep Sense Program by Dana Obleman really DOES give you everything you need to get your child sleeping through the night!
Compelling Reasons Why You Should Teach Your Baby To Sleep Well:
Sleep experts and pediatricians agree that a good night's sleep is SO important for babies and young children. Consider these statistics:
- Children who sleep longer have higher IQs. (Sleep Med. 2010 March 11)
- Children who get at least 10.5 hours of sleep per night are significantly less likely to be obese. (Pediatrics. 2010 Feb 8)
- Boys who sleep well are at a significantly lower risk for hyperactivity. (Pediatrics. 2009 November 1)
- Children who sleep well score higher on all kinds of tests, including math and literacy. (SLEEP Abstract #0040 San Antonio, 2010.)
- Babies who sleep well at night consistently perform better on tests designed to assess memory, emotional control, and organization. (Child Development. Nov/Dec 2010.)