Sleep Cycles for Mom and New Baby
Set Your Sleep Clock Back
The first few weeks of your newborn’s life, your best bet is simply to follow the schedule that your hormones have set for you and your baby: sleep when your baby sleeps, day or night. You won’t get a continuous eight hours of sleep, but every little bit helps. “Daytime naps can partially compensate for nighttime sleep loss,” assures Dr. Griffin.
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