LONDON, October 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
It's a feeling all new parents are more than familiar with. Not enough sleep at night leaves you feeling like a zombie during the day; caring for your baby and yourself while continuously craving nice, deep sleep. Now it's got a name; Baby Lag, and the makers of JOHNSON'S® Baby are here to help you deal with your lack of sleep.
Visitors who go to the Baby Lag website are invited to play three fun games to help determine how Baby Lagged they are based on their reaction times, coordination and memory. Then, once they've received their score, they are introduced to the three step night time routine-this is where baby sleep help really comes in.
The following information is found on the JOHNSON'S® Baby Lag website:
- Bath Time
We all know the blissful, dreamy feeling of a lovely, warm bath. Babies get just as much out of a soothing bath as grown-ups and it's the ideal opportunity to play with your baby before sleep. Use a wash such as JOHNSON'S® Baby Bedtime Bath® to help relax your baby before bedtime.
- Baby Massage
A baby massage is now recognised as one of the most important ways to bond with your baby. It also helps relax babies through gentle stroking and rubbing. This step of your bedtime routine comes with a simple massage guide to help you learn how to give your baby a satisfying massage.
- Cuddle Time and Sleep
It can be hard for a baby to fall asleep if there's a lot going on or he or she is too stimulated. Find a quiet room, some soft music or a lullaby and enjoy some peaceful cuddles with your little one. Hopefully, this restful time will help your baby ease off to sleep and stay asleep throughout the night.
Practicing these three steps every night for a week should begin to help your baby sleep better at night and thus have a profound effect on your Baby Lag. Night time feeds and changes won't magically disappear, but hopefully, with a little more sleep, you will start to feel like your old self again.
For more information please visit: http://www.johnsonsbaby.co.uk.
SOURCE Johnson's Baby