Zoe Chu, Author at Sleep Supernanny

Zoe Chu

5 Tips To Start Baby Sleep Training

5 Tips To Start Baby Sleep Training

As a parent, there’s nothing worse than having your baby wake up crying in the middle of the night. Life gets even harder to cope with when you are sleep-deprived. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help both you and your baby get a good night’s sleep.

How My Many Failures Led Me to Success

Embracing Failure: How My Many Failures Led Me to Success

What I’ve learned through all those failures is that they only led me to where I am today – a renowned baby and adult sleep expert empowering tired families to get better sleep. I’ve turned my passion for helping others into a career that allows me to make a real difference in people’s lives.

Benefits of Sleep Training Your Baby

The Benefits of Sleep Training Your Baby

As a new parent, you want nothing more than to provide your baby with the best care and support possible. One of the most important ways to do this is to help them develop healthy sleep habits.

Science of Sleep Training

The Science of Sleep Training: Understanding Your Baby’s Sleep Needs

Sleep training is a hot topic amongst new parents. It’s an issue that can evoke strong emotions, such as guilt and frustration, because it can be difficult to understand what’s best for your baby. However, it’s important to remember that babies have different sleep needs, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the science behind baby sleep and the benefits of sleep training.

Avoid These Bad Sleep Habits For A Better Night's Rest

Avoid These Bad Sleep Habits For A Better Night’s Rest

If your body is digesting a large meal, it can be difficult for you to relax and fall asleep. As your mind and body get ready to rest, the metabolism slows down. Hence, late-night snacking can trigger digestive issues that interfere with sleep. Eat dinner at least 2-3 hours before bed. This is enough time for your body to process the food.

Disinterested Toddler

What are Sleepy Cues?

Sleepy cues are more accurate signs that your child exhibit to indicate that they are tired and want to sleep. It can be much harder for your little one to fall asleep if he/she isn’t in bed after displaying these cues.