If your baby won’t sleep during the night, you are not alone.It has been shown, through research, that about a quarter of all children below five years experience problems with sleep. It is common for children to refuse to go to bed or to keep waking during the night.
When your baby won’t sleep at night , your sleep patterns will also be disrupted. This leaves you constantly feeling tired and sapped of energy. This can make it difficult for you to function properly and may also make you more prone to depression.
It is possible to help your baby and also yourself sleep better. The best strategy is to help your baby learn self -comfort in order for him or her to get to sleep, and get back to sleep, with minimal help from you.