1. Babies

Sleep

By six months, your baby might be waking less at night.
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    Sleep is important for health and wellbeing at every age. Babies are biologically programmed to sleep more lightly and wake more than adults. Read more.

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    This illustrated guide takes you through the steps for how to wrap a baby. It also explains how wrapping can cut the SUDI and SIDS risk.

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    You can take simple safe sleeping steps to cut the risk of SUDI including SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents. Step one is sleeping babies on their backs.

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    Travelling with kids sometimes means adjusting their sleep routines. Here are ideas for making changes in sleep routines easier for your children.

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    Baby sleep problems usually involve babies not settling or waking at night. This can be hard to deal with, but there are practical strategies that can help.

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