Consolidating two naps to one
Babies can keep their eyes open for only a limited period of time—about two hours— before they start getting cranky and need to recharge.
That means that if your baby wakes up at am for the day, she’ll likely be ready for her morning nap around am.
In areas with reduced activity, the brain restores its supply of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the molecule used for short-term storage and transport of energy.
Key physiological measurements indicators of sleep include EEG of brain waves, electrooculography (EOG) of eye movements, electromyography (EMG) of skeletal muscle activity.
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My daughter is 4 1/2 months old and she only naps for 30-45 minutes at a time. She is only awake 1.5 hours before she begins showing sleep signs.
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She wakes up happy, but she is tired again after a little over an hour. But there have been times where she will sleep two hours or longer if I'm holding her (which I have stopped doing altogether for her naps). Your child is waking up after reaching the light sleep portion of a sleep cycle.
I have a short nap routine and I use a sound machine during her naps. If your 4 month old learns to fall asleep independently through some form of sleep training - the level of crying sleep training needs to involve can be up to your family - then it may solve this problem.
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