How Long Is The Right Time To Take A Baby’s Nap?
My baby is 9m and if I don’t like it for a long time there is 2-3 million what is used or let him wake up alone. But not every day like that, but I’m worried and confused
Hello Sifa, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Sleeping needs of infants compared to adults are indeed different wherein the sleep needs of babies are more than those of adults. In newborns, their sleep needs can reach 10-18 hours a day with nap time can reach 7-8 hours a day, but their needs will decrease with age as the baby grows.
In infants aged 6 months to 1 year, their sleep needs range from 11-12 hours per day where the sleep time also includes naps which total for 3-4 hours per day with an average age of these children spend 2.5 hours to sleep noon
Based on the above, it is very reasonable for your child to take 2-3 hours of naps a day because this amount is the ideal amount for the age of your child to take a nap.
If you have difficulty getting your child used to taking a nap, you can try doing the following tips to help.
I hope this helps.