Toddler won't sleep through the night help?

Sherri - posted on 07/14/2011 ( 3 moms have responded )

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My son is almost three, and has never slept through the night. He wakes up for sippy cup with water, he wakes up because he is soaking wet (at least three pampers a night) Now he finds his way to my bed every night and his routine is completely off! I feel like a terrible mom I don't know what to do?

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Jun - posted on 08/23/2013

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There is a dietary supplement called OZ specially designed for baby. You may wanna give a try. It's totally safe. If you are not sure, check with doctor first. It works great for my baby.

AndrewP - posted on 12/19/2012

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I have a 5 year old son and over a year ago my wife and I were feeling pretty helpless and hopeless. Our son was not sleeping. We turned over every stone, even met psychologists, neurologists, with Dr. Lynn Koegel at UC Santa Barbara (one of the top Autism research institutes) and even Dr. Sears (America's Pediatrician). None of them had any answers. My wife and I were so against using drugs. Fortunately we didn't give up and had heard from a bunch of parents about Brain Highways. The program's premise is that the brain can change and there are very specific exercise techniques that complete the development of the pons and mid-brain, which re-organizes the brain through new synapses to help kids sleep and focus. Fortunately this program has transformed our son over the last year and he was even accepted at a top private accelerated elementary school. Brain Highways has been rigorous but our son is proof that it works...he sleeps perfectly now. Our kids also sleep on Earthing beds.

Raynae - posted on 07/15/2011

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My daughter, 2 1/2, would wake up every night like clock work for a drink of water or milk and I would give it to her. Finally, I decided that I wasn't doing it anymore, so I just denied her the drink, told her to go to bed. She still got up asking for the first week probably, but I would send her back to bed and after that week she has quit waking up. There are still nights she comes to my room but it is a lot less often and she isn't asking for a drink. Now we are working on having a dry pull-up when she wakes. I try not to have her drink anything too close to bed time if possible. Some mornings she wakes up dry, but not always.

She couldn't understand at first why she couldn't have a drink and was very upset, but in time she has just forgotten. Good Luck! :)

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