The Problem with Inducing Drowsiness

It’s a technique that’s about as old as parenthood itself; rocking, singing or nursing your child to the point where they’re just about to close their eyes, and then laying them down in their crib. Inducing drowsiness seems like a natural thing to do with a child before putting them down, but your intuition might be misleading you. Find out why in this week’s video.

 

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