Better Sleep


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Our Slumbersac blog is all about helping your family. We have put together a lot of useful information for new parents for their first time as a family. You will find valuable advice and helpful information on topics such as pregnancy, baby milestones and development, nutrition and health, baby and childcare, activity ideas for children and much much more.

Healthy baby sleep is also a big and important topic that concerns many parents, especially in the early days: In addition to informative articles and expert tips, our Slumbersac blog also answers the most common questions parents have about baby sleep and Slumbersac products.

You can find our practical guide on the subject of "SAFE AND HEALTHY SLEEP FOR BABIES, CHILDREN AND PARENTS". 

It's important to remember every child is different and will develop at different speeds. Here are some tips to help give your child the best start in life:

THE MILESTONES IN BABY DEVELOPMENT

  1. House dust mites: the enemy in the bed

    House dust mites: the enemy in the bed

    The so-called house dust allergy is widespread around the world. It’s estimated that more than 4.5 million people suffer from it - including children. If your little one is very exhausted and tired in the morning and has a runny nose all the time, you should think it might be a house dust allergy. The following post explains what you can do against the "enemy in the cot”.

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    Dust mite allergies develop early

    When hearing the word “dust mites” many people automatically think of crawling animals that frolic in dirty apartments. In fact, they’re more like small arachnids, which are estimated to grow up to 0.3 mm and are barely visible to the naked eye. They even occur in

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  2. What you should know about sleep problems in children

    What you should know about sleep problems in children

    Sleep problems in children can be a real stressful time for the whole family. Most night time disturbances are usually harmless. Experts only speak of a real sleep disorder when your child is over a year old and the problem has persisted for a long period of time. Up until this point, it’s normal for your child to wake up frequently at night, as their day-night rhythm has to settle down first.

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    If you have identified a sleeping problem in your baby, you can often treat it with love and understanding by giving them security and supporting them with evening routines. However, there are also sleep problems that you should watch closely, as these can be dangerous for your child.

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