Teething is not the reason why your baby doesn't sleep well - Sleep Supernanny

Teething is not the reason why your baby doesn’t sleep well

Teething

It is a myth that teething disrupts sleep. Teething always gets blamed when our babies are not sleeping well.
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It’s not the main reason why they are not sleeping well. Usually, sleep associations and overtiredness are the real reasons why babies wake up multiple times at night.
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I have discussed this subject with multiple parents some who are dentists and my own husband who is a dentist have confirmed teething does not disrupt sleep. Now do some kids get grumpier or fussier sometimes when they get teeth? Totally.
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If you are concerned about your child’s teething, you can always give your child’s teething toys or teething gel during his wake time.
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Follow your PD’s recommendation when it comes to teething but do not begin to assist your child to fall asleep.

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If you are still struggling with your baby’s sleep, don’t worry we’re always here to help. Book a discovery call with us and we can talk through your situation and suggest a personalised sleep solution for you.


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