“Sleep is not an optional lifestyle luxury, it’s a non-negotiable biological necessity”

Poor sleep affects all facets of your life: your health, your mental and emotional well-being, your career, yours and your spouse's marital relations. For your rapidly developing bub, sleep deficiency may harm neurological development (often the problems remain "hidden" and only show up much later). So why take the risk, or live life in a haze of sleep deprivation? Improve things for your entire household today​.

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Falling asleep independently is a learned skill, and like any skill, mastery of it requires the investment of coaching, practice and time. More often than not, a baby will not out-grow sleep issues. Current research shows that infants who have sleep difficulties continue to do so for years.

Insufficient sleep taxes a child’s emotional responses and makes it more difficult for a child to manage and self-regulate emotional challenges effectively. The consequence is that your day-to-day interactions with your child may often lead to frayed nerves.

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Parenting is hard enough as it is. There is no need to burden yourself with feelings of hopelessness, guilt and sleep deprivation; these feelings don’t make you a better parent.

A well-rested parent has the capacity to engage a child fully and be well-tuned to the child's needs. This strengthens the parent-child relationship, and makes for happier, more engaged kids.

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Benefits aside though, sleep coaching is an intensely personal choice and one that should not be taken lightly. When parents seek our assistance with their child’s sleep issues, we see this as a sign of trust and take the responsibility that comes with it seriously.


If you’re on the fence or unsure about sleep coaching, book a 30 min discovery call with us. It is completely commitment free