Sleep Hygiene for New Parents

It’s finally happened. Your baby has gone to sleep, your partner is dozing away, you’ve tucked yourself in and boom – nothing. All you’ve been talking about is how exhausted you are, and when the moment comes around, your brain has a million tabs open and you can’t seem to hit the off button.

Sleep hygiene is incredibly important for all people, especially for new parents who are running on strange sleep cycles. Extreme sleep deprivation can trigger postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, so getting some shut-eye is essential to your health and well-being. Read these tips to catch up on your zzzs with a little one at home.

Stage: Postpartum
Category: Health & Safety
Type: Link