Baby Sleep Tips

Sleep is crucial for your new baby's healthy development. Check out these guidelines for creating the perfect slumber, answering the question of how to help your baby sleep.

Feel the room

Aim for a temperature that's ideal for a lightly clothed adult. Your baby will fall asleep easily when she’s cosy and comfortable.

Dress her lightly

Too many layers can leave your baby sweaty and cranky, which does little to help her sleep. Remember that babies usually need just one more layer than adults, so a vest with a cotton sleep sack should be enough for most climates.

Furnish the floor

A soft rug or wall-to-wall carpeting will help to warm up the room and create a nice play space on the floor. Rugs or carpet can also help to muffle noise, helping to create a more quiet sleep space.

Keep the room dark

Hanging blinds or darkening shades will keep out the early morning light. Installing dimmer switches in your baby's room is another way to create a soothing atmosphere. Dim the lights when you're getting your baby ready to sleep, lowering them more and more as bedtime approaches.

Leave on a little white noise

Some babies sleep better with the washing machine or the vacuum cleaner running, so feel free to go about your regular routine during naptime or after bedtime. The regular noise is soothing and will help your baby sleep.

You don't need expensive décor or fancy gadgets to create a cosy sleep haven in your new baby's room. Follow your little one’s cues and she’ll soon be dreaming!

Try Smart Sleep Coach

Turn you and your baby into a dream team when it comes to sleep by using the Smart Sleep Coach by Pampers. We know that every baby is unique, and they all have their own sleep patterns and challenges. That’s why our smart app is powered by science, backed by experts and personalised to your baby’s in-dividual sleep needs. Try Smart Sleep Coach today and get personalised tips and recommendations based on your baby's sleep data, helping you create a sleep routine that works best for your baby's needs.

The content on this page should not replace professional medical advice. Always consult medical professionals for full diagnosis and treatment. If your baby is having problems sleeping or you need more advice about getting into a routine, speak to your health visitor

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