Little funny babies sleep in every situation… So funny VIDEO

Sleep is a basic physiological need necessary for physical recovery, recuperation, body growth, brain maturation, learning and memory. Some babies sleep 18-20 hours in their first days of life, while others sleep only 8-10 hours. These different trends may persist during the first year of a child’s life. Be that as it may, it will be very useful for all parents to learn more about their child’s sleep, as well as the physiological and psychological aspects associated with sleep.

Newborns spend an average of 16 hours a day sleeping. Their sleep per night is divided into 4-6 episodes of sleep, separated by relatively short periods of wakefulness. During the first year of life, in the process of rapid development, sleep is concentrated mainly at night, and daytime sleep is sharply reduced. Night sleep becomes longer, and the number of night awakenings and their duration decrease. This process, which leads to “sleep through the night,” is achieved in most children during the first year of life. However, up to 20-30% continue to experience fragmented sleep, characterized by frequent nocturnal awakenings and difficulty falling asleep, which becomes their main sleep problem during the first two years of life.

When kids don’t get enough sleep, they tend to be agitated, nervous, hyperactive, and difficult to manage. Most parents experience situations where their child reaches bedtime. These signs provide important information to parents, telling them when their child is ready for bed. Many parents know that when they miss their child’s bedtime, it can be much harder for them to settle down and fall asleep. This is due to the fact that their baby, like an adult, has an internal biological clock, thanks to which it is easy for him to fall asleep at certain times, and difficult at others. Keeping a regular schedule helps your child regulate their body clock and develop a healthy sleep pattern.