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Sunday, December 28, 2014

SLEEP DEPRIVATION WITH NEW BABY

Pregnancy Over 40 and Sleep Deprivation

I remember being so tired when my daughter was a baby that I would just cry.
 Even when she slept through the night, for some reason, I couldn't fall back asleep. It was probably a combination of hormones and worry. This article talks about how new parents really do suffer sleep deprivation:

See Also: Pregnancy Over 40 (www.getpregnantover40.com)

Most adults need at least five hours' shut-eye to function prop-erly and some need eight. But almost two thirds (64%) of parents with babies and under-twos get just three-and-three-quarters hours, according to a poll for Silentnight. Over the course of two years - even accounting for regular power-naps - that means the majority are awake for 912 hours on baby duty.
Sleep expert Iftikhar Mirza said: "Lack of sleep and becoming parents goes hand in hand, but parents can help themselves by trying to get their babies into a routine early, eating healthily and taking gentle exercise to release endorphins, which should lower the risk of mood swings."


from:
www.mirror.co.uk

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