11 Simple Reasons Why Do Babies Fight Sleep?

11 Simple Reasons Why Do Babies Fight Sleep?

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Why do babies fight sleep?

Why do babies fight sleep?

It may sound strange, but not getting enough sleep might result in a newborn who is wired and has problems falling asleep at night.

The baby is exhausted

Overstimulation and the desire to fight sleep can occur from a bright, active household, screens, beeping toys, or a sobbing fit.

The baby is overstimulated

The baby is overstimulated

This disruption in your baby’s nightly habit can occur at any point throughout the first year, including at 4 months, 6 months, between 8 and 10 months, and again at 12 months.

Regression in sleep

Regression in sleep

This clingy phase may begin at about 8 months (but it might begin earlier or later), resulting in tears when you leave your baby alone in the crib.

Anxiety about being separated

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