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Sleep Mask with Earplugs

SleePedia Sleep MaskTwo of the worst enemies of a good, deep restful sleep are the noise and the light. Light, whether is natural, or artificial, naturally breaks the sleep cycle, because the brain is sent signals to become alert. Noises also put our mind and body into alert mode, because it’s a natural defense mechanism. The modern life changed our life, and artificial life is everywhere around, and it breaks the normal sleep cycle. Noises make us to become alert, so we can defend against predators, but there are no predators in our environment, and there are a lot of noises inherent to our life style.

Manufacturer Description

Along with SleePedia Mask You will certainly Sleep Like a baby, Block Ambient light bulb so you can rest, Most people typically aren’t obtaining the sleeping they require, whether its the dim of your alert clock, glare of your cellular phone or even outside light bulb, Crying Babies or even loud traveler. We Turn The Lights Off. Attempt out our Sleep disguise for 60 Days.

Product Features

This is a high quality sleep mask, one size fits all.  It is lightweight and comfortable with adjustable strap to fit all sizes. The mask blocks out completely the light, creating perfect darkness while you sleep. The included soundproof earplugs offer complete environment isolation for the best deep sleep you can have. The included stylish, pouch allows you to store and carry your sleep mask with you, and fits nicely in your bag. There is no pressure on the eyes, the special, protective curve, keeps the mask away from your eyelids, and provide perfect light isolation.

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Newborns Follow Polyphasic Sleeping Schedules

Baby SleepingFrom birth to 3 months, most babies sleep for two thirds or more of a 24 hour period. The problem is, they don’t sleep all the way through, but instead wake up about every 3 hours for nourishment. This is actually perfectly normal. Babies follow a polyphasic sleep schedule, but will slowly begin to sleep longer at night and awake more during the day. It is quite normal for a newborn to wake up every 2, 3, or 4 hours to eat, unfortunately. If you are using formula, consider putting all the pieces together so that you won’t have to think too hard in the early morning hours. A vented bottle system helped my wife and me to keep gas to a minimum. We also used simethicone (Mylecon) quite a bit as well, for those hard to produce gas bubbles in babies’ belly. Source: “Typical Sleep Pattern for Newborns”