Sleep chart for babies
Did you know that sleep takes a third of our life? If you live 90 years, you will sleep 30 of them. This kind of condition is the subject of research by many scientists, neurologists, psychologists, and sociologists around the world. They all concluded that lack of sleep impairs the functioning of certain parts of the brain, which can cause problems with the speed of reaction. And as a consequence of this is difficult for a person in formulating his thoughts, and even there may be vision problems after. Fatigue of the brain turns into a whole list of consequences. This is why it is so important to know and follow a specific sleep chart.
Everything repeats in the world: the sun rises and sets, night follows day, and winter follows summer. For a person, the cycles of sleep and wakefulness, like the diet, are provided by life itself: for us to be productive, life must be in order.
Most studies have shown that the recommended sleep chart for a healthy adult needs 8 hours of sleep. As for the sleep chart for babies, you need to be more careful here. The daily routine significantly affects the health and behavior of the baby and child psychologists, doctors and parents agree with this. But how to build the baby sleep cycle chart correctly? Very often you can hear that a newborn child forms his own routine.
This means that the baby decides for himself what time to eat and sleep. Still, everyone believes that the formation of a sleep chart for a baby is always the responsibility of parents. Attentive adults observe the child, trying to respond to his needs in time- this is how the rules are established by which the newborn begins to live.
Here is an approximate daily routine and sleep chart for babies at different ages:
Wake up- no later than 7:30. During the day, dreams are chaotic, depending on the capabilities of the child.
Closer to 4 months, the child can stay awake for about 1.5 hours, so he sleeps less often during the day (3-4 times a day instead of 6), the duration of each sleep ranges from half an hour to 3.5-4 hours. Lights out- at 21-23 hours. The night’s sleep first lasts 4-6 hours; by 4 months, its duration in healthy children is already 9-10 hours.
Wake up- about 7:00. Daytime dreams follow a clear schedule: there are three of them (duration- one hour), they start at about the same time. The child is awake for 1.5-2.5 hours. The duration of a night’s sleep is 10-12 hours. The child goes to bed at 18-19 hours.
Wake up- at 6-7 hours. Daytime dreams- no more than two. The child is awake for 3-4 hours. Lights out- at 19:00-19:30.
Wake up- at 6-7 hours. The child can stay awake during the day for about 5-6 hours. His routine includes one daytime nap, which lasts from 1.5 to 2 hours. The baby sleeps about 12-13 hours a day.
Wake up is still at 6-7 hours. The child is awake for about 6 hours. Daytime sleep- 1.5-2 hours. The duration of a night’s sleep is 10-11 hours. Lights out at 20:00.