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Your free guide to ruling out red flags

So much of my work is about normalising the normal: helping parents develop more realistic expectations about what biologically normal infant sleep actually looks like.

More often than not, a baby waking frequently in the night is not a cause for concern. Sometimes there are tweaks and changes we can make to improve things, but they might simply be waking frequently because... they are a baby.

But sometimes, there are medical reasons why a little one's sleep is particularly wakeful or unsettled.

If you are concerned about your baby's level of wakefulness, it's always important to rule out any underlying medical issues which could be causing unsettled sleep.

My new guide to ruling out red flags will help you do just that. It identifies the indicators of various conditions which might impact sleep, and helps you understand how to seek appropriate support.

Download your free guide today.

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