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Che fatica far la nanna! Consigli per affrontare i disturbi del sonno

Nanna Libro

During a baby’s first few months, parents often have to deal with its sleep disorders, which keep the entire family up at night.

It is important to start dealing with the problem immediately to find a solution in the shortest time possible.

In this practical guide, Dr Murgia offers useful tips on what to do.

It is essential to identify the cause that triggered the problem and, with the help of a paediatrician, parents can choose the strategy that best suits them and their little one.

In many cases, infant insomnia is due to incorrect behaviours; therefore, an educational solution will often do the trick. Moreover, when it comes to sleep, it is important to have specific rules and to follow them consistently.

The author
Paediatrician Vitalia Murgia is a professor at the 2nd level Master’s Programme in Herbal Therapy at La Sapienza University in Rome and at the 2nd level International Master’s Programme in Herbal Medicine at the Universities of Trieste and Madrid. She is the author of numerous scientific articles and books.



 

Year of Publication 2017
Format cm 11 x 18,5
ISBN 978-88-98881-42-0
56 pages

 

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