Marc Weissbluth

Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins
  • Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins

  • Good sleep is essential for your children's health, growth and development. But establishing a successful sleep schedule is not easy, and training twins and multiples offers an even greater challenge for parents.

    Leading paediatrician and renowned sleep expert Dr Marc Weissbluth combines specialised advice for parents of twins with his tried-and-tested sleep-training methods to show exhausted parents how to get their babies to sleep on thier own, stay asleep and sleep reguarly. This practical, step-by-step guide:

    - Explains how fraternal and identical twins may sleep train differently - and what to do about it
    - Addresses specific problems that can arise from training more than one baby at the same time
    - Describes ways to get your babies to synchronise their internal clocks and fall asleep at the same time - naturally
    - Reveals the common mistakes parents of twins make to get their children to sleep

    Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins is an invaluable guide based on proven techniques that will not only get your babies to sleep through the night, but help you stay healthy and rested too.

A paediatrician for thirty years, Dr Marc Weissbluth is also a leading researcher on sleep and children. He founded the original Sleep Disorders Center at Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital in 1985 and is a professor of Clinical Paediatrics at Northwestern University School of Medicine. His landmark seven-year study on the development and disappearance of naps highlighted the importance of daytime sleep. In addition to his own research, he had lectured extensively to parent groups and has appeared on Oprah.

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