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We could not be happier to have found someone like Cheryl!

“I got my confidence back, I got my sleep back, we got our lives back!” Ping, working full time and often needs to travel For the longest time, we believed it would sort it self out automatically as our child grew older. A few weeks became a few months, then those months and suddenly we...

EFTM: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED.
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EFTM: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED.

Many people reach out during stressful times in their lives. HSC can definitely be one of those times where your sleep is suffering.   As featured in EFTM: Link to original post: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED, by Chris Bowden.  There’s three letters that still instil fear in me,...

Five ways to get a better sleep this winter
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Five ways to get a better sleep this winter

LARGE parts of Australia woke to their coldest morning of the year over the weekend, and the winter chill is set to continue well into this week. On Sunday, Sydney had its coldest morning of the year with Sydney Olympic Park a frosty 1.2C at 6.30am, while Brisbane dropped to 5.2C for its coldest morning...

Is sleep training safe?
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Is sleep training safe?

How much sleep are you getting? If you’re like most young parents, the answer is very little. If you are waking night after night to soothe your baby back to sleep, you may be thinking that it’s time to do something about it. You may even be noticing that the lack of sleep is affecting...

How much sleep do we really need?
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How much sleep do we really need?

The amount of sleep an individual needs can vary greatly depending on their phase of life and unique makeup, but generally speaking a healthy adult requires between seven and nine hours of quality sleep per night. Newborns can require up to 17 hours of sleep in a 24 hour period, toddlers between 10 and 14,...

Reset young body clocks for start of school
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Reset young body clocks for start of school

https://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/5860867/reset-young-body-clocks-for-start-of-school/ While longer-than-normal sleep ins and a-bit-more-than-usual access to the Playstation has been a wonderful part of the holidays for most children, the looming school term means parents need to think about resetting those little body clocks so they are primed for the start of the school year. Holidays can induce jet-lag-like symptoms in children...

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6 ways to get more sleep this summer and still enjoy the party season

With a bit of planning you can still catch enough zzzzzzz… https://www.nowtolove.co.nz/health/body/how-to-get-more-sleep-this-summer-party-season-39828 It’s that time of the year again: last minute deadlines at work, parties with friends, long celebratory lunches and yet another glass of something fizzy because, come on, it’s nearly the holidays.   From early December until the middle of January, life is...

It’s time to talk about the role of sleep and post natal depression
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It’s time to talk about the role of sleep and post natal depression

www.kidspot.com.au/parenting/parenthood/mums/its-time-to-talk-about-the-role-of-sleep-and-post-natal-depression/news-story/fc710c03cf35cc5ec3c758385eefab10 Mum-of-two Raya Du Plooy opens about about her struggle with postnatal depression We all know lack of sleep goes hand in hand with parenthood. Tell someone you’re expecting and after the congratulations and celebrations, comes that common refrain, ‘Enjoy a good night’s sleep while you can!’ But despite all the warnings and knowing looks,...