Restful Sleep in Motherhood – E-Book


Though most babies sleep through the night by the time they turn one, it’s important for mamas to optimize their sleep, especially in those early days of postpartum where frequent and unpredictable wakings are common. Falling asleep faster and getting into a more restful sleep are important steps to get you more energy to keep up with your little ones.

Research shows sleep deprivation exacerbates symptoms of perinatal mood & anxiety disorders. Five hours of uninterrupted sleep every 24 hours is physiologically imperative for healthy functioning in a normal adult. This isn’t impossible- even with a newborn! 

What’s Included in the Restful Sleep Guide?

This guide dives deeper into the research and importance of protecting your sleep, how to achieve restful sleep, a worksheet to create and track your own sleep plan, and two guided meditations to help you drift off to sleep.

What other resources do you have to help parents get better sleep?

Members of our community get access to sleep meditations, journal prompts, and other expert-created guides to help you reduce anxiety, intrusive thoughts, and rumination so you can fall asleep faster and get high quality rest.

Be sure to check out our other guides to help reduce insomnia in motherhood including Emotional Well-Being Postpartum Plan and Postpartum Mental Health: Educating and Empowering Your Support System.

62% of new parents say their #1 stressor is exhaustion. This guide is perfect for families looking to prioritize sleep in the infant stages. This is not a sleep plan for babies but rather a guide to help moms sleep better. Will you still be waking up in the middle night to tend to babies or older kiddos, likely! But let’s get you the best rest we can with the available hours and help you fall asleep faster when you do get a much needed break!

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