Sleep through the Night: Is Exposing Your Baby to Light During The Daytime Effective?

Yes. Based on the finding from one study, babies who are exposed to more light in the early afternoon sleep well at night.

(Be sure not to let the light shine directly into your baby's eyes.)

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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1: "The Relationship Between Daytime Exposure To Light And Nighttime Sleep In 612weekold Infants," Journal Of Sleep Research, 2004, by Y Harrison. (Citations: 17).

Summary This project investigated the relationship between exposure to light and 24-h patterns of sleep and crying in young, healthy, full-term babies living at home and following a normal domestic routine. Measures included an ankle worn activity monitor, an external ...



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