You cansleep train by only focusing on nights. (To be clear: You can start sleep training at bedtime,but you need a solid daytime nap schedule in place,too.) The way you put your baby down for naps also matters,explains Junker.
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How long does it take to Sleep Train for naps?
Sleep training for naps can be a completely different process than sleep training at night for many children. However, it can be done with the exact same methodology, patience, and process ?provided it adjusted for naps and nap transitions. On average, naptime sleep training may take 2-3 weeks.
Is it better to Sleep Train at night or morning?
The answer is often yes ?and that especially applies to those of you who may be using a cry it out sleep training approach. Keep reading for details! First off, it important to understand how sleep training varies from day to night, and how the results you see at nighttime may not match the results you get at nap time.
Should I Sleep Train my Baby to help her nap?
Sleep training has to wait until baby is at least 4 to 6 months old. Younger babies just aren developmentally ready. Bottom line: Sleep training can be an effective way to help baby nap, but it not one-size-fits all. You just have to figure out what works best for you, your family and your baby’s temperament.
Is it better to nap in the morning or evening?
Initial sleep cycles contain more slow-wave sleep, whereas cycles in the latter part of the night include more REM sleep. If you nap in the morning, the sleep consists primarily of light NREM (and possibly REM) sleep. In contrast, napping later in the evening, as your sleep drive increases, will comprise more deep sleep.