I am a new mom and I am looking for advice on how to create a positive sleep environment for my baby. I have noticed that my baby often wakes up during the night and I think it could be due to issues like noise, light, or temperature in the room.
I am not sure what the best solution is for managing these factors. Should I use white noise machines? Blackout curtains? A specific type of thermometer for the room?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
As a fellow new mom, I can definitely understand the struggles of trying to create the best sleep environment for our babies. In my experience, managing the temperature in the room has made a big difference. I invested in a good quality thermometer to monitor the temperature and I found that keeping the room between 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit helped my baby sleep better.
I also opted for blackout curtains to block out any external light that might have been disturbing my baby's sleep. And for noise, we use a white noise machine which has been great for drowning out any sudden sounds that might startle my baby awake.
Ultimately, it can take some trial and error to find the perfect sleep environment for your baby, but don't be afraid to experiment with different solutions and see what works best for your little one. Good luck!