Psychologist Suggests 7 Tips That Can Help Your Kids Sleep Alone

30% to 40% of children have problems falling asleep, according to The Cologne Children’s Sleep Study. So sending kids to dreamland can be exhausting and frustrating for both the parents and the kids. But don’t get upset! Even though the problem is common, there are a few methods that can help children fall asleep easily and have a calm night’s sleep without waking up.

Here at we love finding new working parenting techniques, so we couldn`t help but share these 7 evidence-based methods to help tired parents and kids sleep better.

1. Create a bedtime routine.

Psychologist Suggests 7 Tips That Can Help Your Kids Sleep Alone
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Taking a bath at a certain time, singing calm lullabies, allowing your kid to choose a book for bedtime reading, or even choosing pajamas could indicate bedtime and make it exciting. Also set up a specific time for when the kid needs to go to bed, that will eventually become a habit.

’It’s also important that this routine does not include active games for an hour before bedtime, loud noises, surprises, or other things that distract from sleep, including electronic gadgets. science, kids, psychology, science, sleep, science, baby, science, parenting, science, kids, psychology, science, sleep, science, baby, science, parenting, science, kids, psychology, science, sleep, science, baby, science, parenting, science, kids, psychology, science, sleep, science, baby, science, parenting, 

2. Skin-to-skin contact is important.

Psychologist Suggests 7 Tips That Can Help Your Kids Sleep Alone
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Enough skin-to-skin contact is extremely important for kids — they become calm and sleep better, according to research. On the other hand, studies have shown that kids with a significant lack of physical contact with their parents have more of the stress hormone cortisol — which can lead to many problems including troubled sleep.

That is, if the child didn’t have enough contact during the day, it’s not surprising that by the evening they will be cranky and won’t want to sleep alone. More hugs and kisses during the day will ease the process of saying goodbye for the night.

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