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Question: My daughter is 50 days old n when we keep her fown after she sleeps, she gets up in 5- 10 mins.. is there any way to make her a habbit of sleeping down?

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Answer: Hi dear, It is same for many babies.they had been in womb in warm and cuddled way,and this environment is entirely different.so it would take some time to adjust.but swaddling baby could help baby sleep longer.there are various ways to swaddle,it is basically wrapping baby snuggle to avoid their own startle reflex.quite effective.until baby is settled and develops it's own internal thermostat, swaddling would help.
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