NUK Helps Parents Adjust to Baby Sleep Schedules Ahead of Daylight Savings
Utilizing Breethe's leading-edge relaxation and sleep tools — including soothing bedtime stories, guided meditations and relaxing playlists — NUK's
"As daylight savings is fast approaching, we want to help parents manage the stress of changing sleep schedules," said Breethe co-founder,
In preparation of Daylight Savings, expert baby sleep trainer
- Stay Positive: A positive outlook is so important during challenging times and that comes with giving yourself some grace. Even though schedule changes associated with Daylight Saving Time can cause a disruption for your baby, it generally only takes one to two weeks for baby to settle into the time change.
- Keep the Bedroom Dark: Remember to keep the nursery as dark as possible. This will help your baby sleep longer in the morning instead of being woken by early morning sunlight.
- Shift Your Sleep Schedule: On the day of the Springtime change, simply shift your baby's schedule one hour forward by the clock. If your baby normally takes their first nap at
9:00 a.m., wait until the clock reads 10:00 a.m., and put your baby down then. Keep this pattern up all day. On the following day, shift baby back to their normal schedule, putting them down at their normally scheduled times for naps.
Through the sharing of purposeful resources, NUK is helping parents find rest and routine during the upcoming Daylight Savings time change and throughout the year.
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