Friday, March 31, 2023

When should the baby sleep alone?



When can I get my baby back to sleep on his own?

According to the latest studies, children sleeping on their own should start from the age of 6 months. In the first six months of a child’s life, he must sleep near his parents, based on the American Academy of Pediatrics study, which shows that the child sleeping near his parents in the first six months reduces The risk of sudden infant death syndrome is 50%. As for after 6 months, children are more alert and aware of their surroundings after this age. Therefore, the infant can sleep alone and be moved to another room.

Note:

According to what was reported by Dr. Jassim Al-Mutawa, who holds a doctorate in the leadership education curriculum for the child, and based on foreign studies, he warns against establishing the marital relationship in the same room in which the child sleeps, as studies have shown that the child stores sounds in his subconscious mind, and this matter is reinforced by the emergence of Sexual arousal in a child at an older age.