The Importance of Sleep in Baby’s Growth!!
Every living creature needs at least a few hours of sleep. Sleeping peacefully helps the body to rest and regenerate the energy. As per statistics Lion's needs 16 to 18 hours of sleep, while primates need ten to twelve hours of sleep. Hence, we can see that according to the living creature number of hours to sleep varies. For Humans on an average of six to eight hours sleep is required to rejuvenate. Human babies need a full eight hours of sleep at night and a couple of naps in between.
The sleep plays a big role in overall development of our body, mind, and health. The body uses sleep as a way to refresh our brain and regenerate the cells. While we sleep our brain gets time to relax and support wear & tear. This happens because of the automatic pilot that is built into our bodies. People tend to think that the body only needs to recharge spent energy on the day's work, but truly the body works the regeneration cycle much faster when the brain does not control much action.
In order to achieve a good sleep for your baby, make sure your baby has a comfortable sleep environment which includes noise free room and comfortable bedding. You will find a variety of bedding sets in the market. Hence, select the one that feels just right. Choosing right bed size is also important, it should not be big as king size bed or not too small. The bedding should be soft to touch & cozy. The bedding should not be too stiff or fluffy. Experts and ancient study reveals that baby sleeps most comfortably when breast feeded.
Every parent wants to give their best to their babies. Buying costly bedding doesn’t mean it is comfortable, all babies are different. There are numerous patterns and fabrics available in the market to choose from. Don’t go for fancy instead choose the one which is comfortable for baby. Try to get natural and organic instead of synthetic chemically processed baby items. Remember sleep is a crucial part of your baby’s growth. Make your baby’s sleeping experience is pleasant. Study reveals that new born babies sleep ten to twelve hours a day including day naps which is also recommended and essential for their growth and development.