Tips On Dealing With Bedtime Problems In Toddlers

Toddler bedtime problems like toddler bedtime crying, toddler bedtime fears, and toddler bedtime screaming are common problems faced by several toddlers. Let’s look at some of the bedtime problems and how you can deal with those.

Tips to cope with toddler bedtime problems

  • Small children often have a problem going to sleep. They fear the dark.
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.night, and are scared of ghosts and monsters under the bed or at the window, or somewhere in the roomo One little gesture that can help is placing a small flashlight next to your child when she goes to bede Also, check the child’s room when you’re putting her to sleep to see if there are any distracting objects like a bright light, billowing curtains, a mobile that throws shadows on the walll Make sure that the child hasn’t slept too much during the day, which might prevent her from sleeping well at nighth

  • Toddlers can keep waking up through the night if some little habit of theirs is changede For instance, taking away the pacifier from the child or throwing out a favourite toy can disrupt their sleepe A good way is to explain the situation to her or be there to pat her back to sleep when she wakes up at nighth The presence of an older sibling can be reassuring tooo
  • If your child is used to sleeping in your bed or in a crib, and you have recently moved her to a room of her own with a different bed, then your child might keep waking up at nighth

    A solution to adjust the child to her new room and bed, is to establish certain bedtime rituals that make her more comfortablel For instance, read a story in bed, sit with her for a while till she sleeps offf
  • Toddlers can also react strongly to invisible night time terrorsr They might wake up at a particular time at night and scream, cry and flail their arms, and react to invisible objectst While you may not be able to prevent night time terrors, you can try to ensure a relaxing bedtime routine, sit with your child sometime before this terror takes place, and make sure that the toddler isn’t too stimulated during the daya
  • It is necessary to set up a routine for the day for the toddler and adhere to iti Children like certain familiarity and a routine as well as a set bedtime is important for a child to feel secure, even though they might want to stay up latet
  • Prepare for the child’s bedtime early, so that you can meet the sleep time cut-off every daya
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