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How many hours of sleep does my baby need each day?

What are the sleep needs of an infant?

Sleep needs for babies vary depending on their age. While newborns do sleep much of the time, their sleep is in very short segments. As a baby grows, the total amount of sleep gradually decreases, but the length of nighttime sleep increases.

Generally, newborns sleep about eight to nine hours in the daytime and about eight hours at night. Most babies do not begin sleeping through the night (six to eight hours) without waking until about 3 months of age, or until they weigh 12 to 13 pounds. About two-thirds of babies are able to sleep through the night on a regular basis by the age of 6 months.

Babies also have different sleep cycles than adults. Babies spend much less time in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep (which is dream time sleep) and the cycles are shorter. The following are the usual nighttime and daytime sleep requirements for newborns through age 2 years old:

Age Total Sleep Hours Total Hours of Nighttime Sleep Total Hours of Daytime Sleep
Newborn 16 hours 8 to 9 8
1 month 15.5 hours 8 to 9 7
3 months 15 hours 9 to 10 4 to 5
6 months 14 hours 10 4
9 months 14 hours 11 3
1 year 14 hours 11 3
1.5 years 13.5 hours 11 2.5
2 years 13 hours 11 2


What are the signs of infant sleep problems?
Once a baby begins to regularly sleep through the night, parents are often dismayed when he/she begins to awaken in the night again. This typically happens at about 6 months of age. This is often a normal part of development called separation anxiety, when a baby does not understand that separations are temporary. Babies may also begin to have difficulty going to sleep because of separation anxiety, over-stimulation, or over-tiredness.

Common responses of babies experiencing these night awakenings or difficulty going to sleep may include the following:
  • awakening and crying one or more times in the night after previously sleeping through the night
  • crying when you leave the room
  • refusal to go to sleep without a parent nearby
  • clinging to the parent at separation
Because sleep problems may also occur with illness, consult your baby's physician if your baby begins having difficulty going to sleep or staying asleep, especially if this is a new pattern.



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luvbeingamom - 2098 days ago.
bella - What have you already tried? I firmly believe that some kid just don't sleep :-) Sorry. My older son is 3 and i still have trouble with him sleeping. The things i did with my now 15 mo that seemed to have worked was 1. once he was waking to eat for comfort and not hunger i stopped feeding him and gave him a binky instead. 2. I put one of my shirts as his blanket so if he woke he smelled me and that helped him learn to self settle. 3. I never let him CIO. I would comfort him if he cried and would go in there, settle him and then lay him back down. If we had a rough night i would pat his butt or back until he he settled then i would leave again. It worked for him. Good luck, i really do understand how frusterating it can be!

bellakimmie - 2098 days ago.
I'm not sure if anyone is on this page right now, but I have an 8 months old who is STILL getting up through the night. He's my third and everything I tried with with other two, I've tried with this one, but it's not working. :( He gets up 2-3 times a night. GRRRRRR Any suggestions?

krhayes - 2098 days ago.
Hey guys- I'm sooo sleepy. how soon can I start letting him soothe himself to sleep? or cry himself for that matter?

luvbeingamom - 2101 days ago.
aussie - If you child is screaming so hard they can't catch there breath. it is highly unlikely they will be able to calm themselves enough to go to bed from that. I had countless issues with my first and his sleeping habit. He always said he was scared? I would say for now, calm him down, help him learn to relax in bed. Make it as comfortable as he can be in his bed. Try to keep control of the situation and try not to get them so upset that they get out of breath or so upset they could vomit. The calmer you are, the calmer they will be. Steady your breathing and heart rate. hold htem close. Sit with them if need be. Good luck! I am sorry. I know how hard an frusterating that can be!

aussiemamma2 - 2101 days ago.
l can hardly breath right now with the stress of my 14 month olds screaming. Trying to do controlled sleeping, and it hasnt gotten any better since the first attempt. Do you think this is for everybaby? l think it seems to distress him more each time l go in and then have to walk out again. He is all red and hysterical. l really need some suggestions with this. Am pregnant again and feel quite tired and like lm not coping too well. Please help if you have any good suggestions. Thanks Mums!

RobinG - 2108 days ago.
((())) Hugs ~ Luv is so right ~ even though it is so hard to think that it will get better ~ my sons all slept only about 4ish hours at 5 months. It wasnt til about 6 months that they slept around 5-6 hours. Is he still teething? The entire time my son was teething I had to give him some tylenol at night time bed time to help him sleep. I dont BF but it is my understanding the babies who do may wake more often to eat. (()) hugs ~ Maybe Bri can help, I know her son often wakes alot for feeds and she BF's also ~

luvbeingamom - 2109 days ago.
Linden - I promise eventually that he will sleep through the night, though with the sheer exhaustion feeling i am sure you have, it iwll seem like forever. Does your son sleep upright? When my first son would get teeth, the 'side effects' of that would cause ear infections causing him to cry when lying flat b/c of the pressure. Try putting a pillow under one side of his crib mattress giving him a slight incline without the dangers of having a pillow in the bed or having them sleep in a swing or chair. Ideas to help him sleep through seperation anxiety try sleeping as bare as possible on one of his crib sheets so that your smell gets on the sheet or use your nightshirt as a blanket. This will allow him to smell you and feel that you are right there. It worked great for my younger son. Good luck! I am sorry, i know how rough it can be.

AmyLane - 2109 days ago.
Ok, so there IS hope? My son is 4 months old and has yet to sleep through the night, let alone more then 5 hours at a time. He was doing some 5 stretches for about a week in mid December... then he got his two bottom teeth and hasnt sleep for more than 2 hrs at time since... I am slowly (quickly now) losing my mind... I dont know what to do to get him to sleep!!!!! He pretty much wont even nap now either! He also started FRRREAKING OUT when we put him to sleep, like screaming and crying, where before we could put him down awake and he would soothe himself to sleep! I am assuimg this would be the seperation anxiety!! Also not to mention he is breastfed and wont take a bottle... so I am DYING for a break real soon!!!!!!

mommy2littlegirls - 2109 days ago.
My baby girl Natalie is 6 months old and for the past week and 1/2 has been sleeping through the night maybe waking up once. I love it. I could not wait until she finally did. I feel like I am finally recovering from giving birth LOL.

krhayes - 2109 days ago.
I'm having trouble putting my month old to sleep after feeding. He wakes as soon as I take him off the breast and cries until he's back on. Its like I'm a big pacifier. Any advice/tips please leave on my page! Thanks.

princessaka73 - 2111 days ago.
hello everyone. I am a new mother my son is 51/2 months old an he is up every 2 hour in the night. I dont know what to do. The doctors asy that i shoul just let him cry but im not able to do that .I feel so bad. I want him to be able to sleep along with mommy to get some rest also . If anyone has any suggestion please let me know. A mother in need of some advice.

rach22 - 2114 days ago.
kikiea, thanks 4 your support. :) Yes you are so right a min seems like an hour :( . Ill keep it up with hope. Ill be so happy when he is happy to go in his cot without a cry. Thanks x

kikiea - 2114 days ago.
Rach - the guilt part IS the worst! Every minute felt like an hour to me! But it does get easier, and you will be SO glad you held out when he finally sleeps through the night! He'll still be just as excited to see you in the morning, and will have completely forgotten that you didn't respond immediately to his middle of the night cries! Good Luck!

rach22 - 2114 days ago.
Hey thanks loads notsmithers and Kikiea. I feel better for your feedback. Well instead of putting him in his cot asleep i did the drowsy bit...my goodness he was very put out lol. We had gone through the bedtime routine of fun play bath story time then bottle...i knew he was fighting the sleep bless him as he knew bedtime was coming. As soon as i put him down sure enough his lungs started n he was off crying and then sobbing. My heart broke walking out of the room..id said goodnight kissed and hugged him ect... i returned 10 mins later to pop in his soother ..hushed him stroked his head n said go sleep baby playtime in the morning..He droppped off to sleep but still stiring the odd moment then its quiet...I do hope it works as it ll be better for him to be able to get over to sleep on his own. Its the guilt thing i really do feel so awful letting him cry as he really isnt a crying baby through the day hes such a jolly happty little man. fingers crossed eh...I keep saying to myself ..babies do cry....its normal and harmless, unless they are ill of course. I always go through the checklist , hunger, nappy , ect...all his needs are met he just wants to be up with me till my bed time bless him.

kikiea - 2114 days ago.
Rach - my son, now 13 months, was exactly the same way! He would wake once, then twice, and finally it was almost every hour that he needed us to help him back to sleep. We finally did the cry it out method and it immediatly started getting better... after 3 nights he started sleeping through the night, and has ever since! The crying does not hurt them at all.. and they do need to learn to fall back asleep on their own. Is there a way that you can try to keep him awake for that last feeding to make sure that you put him down awake, but drowsy?

notsmithers - 2115 days ago.
rach22 you poor thing, you must be recked! well i dont think crying will hurt them but i think it has a worse effect on the mother. my son did that for a while, when id feed him he would fall asleep,i would put him in his cot and he would wake and ball the house down. somone told me to put a top i was wearing that day under him in the cot bc it smelled of me! sounds silly i know, but he did chill out a bit more. i know its hard and i havnt really suffered sleepless nights, so i hope you get better advice. stay strong girl!

rach22 - 2115 days ago.
Arghhhhhh please someone tell me i have done the right thing.....Every night for the past 2 weeks my lill man...8 mths...has been ready after his bath n bottle to go down to sleep around 7pm..So he falls asleep towards the end of his feed and then i carry him up to his cot. Thing is he is asleep when i put him in his cot but an hour later he wakes screaming for me to come get him up. As i cant bear the crying i was picking him up and spending ages trying to rock him back to sleep but he soon sussed that one and starting to fight the urge to drop off to sleep sas he knew he would be put back in bed. It was getting where i had no time to me in the evening as im single mum so there is only me to deal with it all. As much as i adore him i mean im with him the whole day n i love playing and being with him non stop all day , we have lots of fun but i need my evenings to clean house catch up on tv plus spend time with my other 2 boys. Basically just 'me' time. Anyway tonight at bed time i phoned my mum n asked advice. She suggested i try the cry it out method...half hour of crying it broke my heart it really did. I felt guilty cos i thought oh no what if it traumatises my baby as i certainly felt traumatized with doing it. Im sorry if i sound pathetic lol but please give me feedback . He is still fast asleep so its worked but is the crying to sleep gonna harm him or will he just eventually think...oh no point cryiny i still have to stay in bed n sleep.

muri - 2130 days ago.
my baby has been up since 9:30pm and is still awake. he just wont go to sleep. i tried everything. it seems like he likes to be awake at night and kinda sleep during the day. i hope this isnt his sleeping pattern cause then im not going to get any sleep at all. since i have to clean and do the laundry durin g the day and take care of him. his dad works so he hardly helps me. he throws the i got to wake up early so i cant help u. and the babys grandma comes over when the dads at work so that i can get stuff done and get a little bit of rest but it doesnt help. shes going to stop helping me soon cause shes going to start watching her daughters kids which are twins and a one month old. even though she has a baby sitter. the one thats so pose to be watching them doesnt even watch them so she watches them and doesnt get paid for it. and the twins are out of control. i need help. does any one know how i can get my 2 month old to sleep at night? i need sleep.

momentfrozenintime - 2133 days ago.
Shew. I think I was afraid to hear that was all he would sleep! haha.. but I should be happy that he is sleeping so long. But I am going to get him a swing for Christmas, so maybe when he wakes up at 4 and eats, he will sit in that for a while so I can go back to sleep for a few minutes. haha Hopefully I'm not dreaming too big

RobinG - 2133 days ago.
My sons always woke at 4 am as well, all three. The only thing that worked for us til around 5-6 plus months was to have them nap around 6:30-7ish for an hour or so. Then be awake til around 10-11, when we went to bed and they always slept til 5-6 am. Sadly your little guy is getting a full nights sleep by the time he wakes and he is ready to get up, I wouldnt ever let him cry it out at 4am. He is done sleeping and ready to get up (((()))) When my kids did wake I just got up with them and then took a nap when I could later. If you work then I would def try the later to bed. Some babies will still wake up early if down later but for me it worked so def worth at least a try :) After a couple weeks I would try bedtime a bit sooner by half hour and see if he stayed down. Eventually they did and went to bed at 9 pm and woke at 5:30-6 :)

luvbeingamom - 2133 days ago.
the first question is, when you feed him does he suck down the bottle or nurse furiously? Or does he just suck a little and either doesn't finish the bottle or just sucks enough to stay latched? My son ate at night until he was about 6 months old. I finally let him cry or rocked him to sleep b/c he stopped eating and just wanting that for comfort. I also don't wnat to upset you but per my friends, i have found the avg age for babies to sleep through the night is about 9 months. Good Luck!

momentfrozenintime - 2133 days ago.
Hey everyone! I have commented about this before, but I'm just wondering if any of you can relate and if you can help me. I have a 15 week old with a sleeping problem haha. He can go to sleep at around 8 without problem, and sleep straight through until 4am. But at 4am, he wants to eat and play, not sleep. We have tried to let him cry it out, and it worked, but then he would still wake up at 4am for whatever. And then he got sick so we had to hold off on letting him cry himself to sleep. But anyway, if I let him cry himself to sleep, should I let him cry at 4am? I always feel like he is hungry and I should feed him, but I don't know if he is just waking up because that's what he is used to. I don't know.. any suggestions? I am so desperate to get him to wake up at just 6am.

momentfrozenintime - 2147 days ago.
cmc- I'm still trying to get my sons routine down, but he doesn't nap hardly at all either. He used to go to bed at about 11, but I read that it doesn't matter what time they go to bed (unless it's really early) because they will still wake up at the same time. So I started getting him ready for bed about 7, and he will fall asleep at about 730-8. Just have a routine (he eats, bathes, and then gets rocked to sleep every night). Just try moving the time up every night.. and it may be that your son is just cranky so it might affect how he is sleeping.. hope it gets better!

mum2twins-yay - 2148 days ago.
I have 4 month old twins who were born 7 weeks early. When they were 3 months old I started a proper routine at night. I would bath them, feed them and then put them in their room in moses baskets asleep between 6/7 so they would then sleep roughly for 4/5hrs refreshed and ready to take a feed at 11pm. They would then stay in our room for the night (Not ready to go in their cots and in their room for the whole night yet, its just me!!!) They would then feed again at 6ish. They may wake up in the middle of the night but I would soothe them and they would go straight back to sleep. I haven't fed them in the night for 2 weeks roughly now. If their used to being fed in the middle of the night, they will wake up and expect it! So try soothing first. Good luck, it ain't easy but you'll get there!!!!

Cmcconnell - 2149 days ago.
My son is 5.5 months old and DOES NOT sleep. Naps in the day maybe 2 for about 30 min each and nights just get longer and longer he used to go to bed at 1130 and wake up around 6. now its 1 wakes up at 3 and 6. 8 and fianlly is ready to get up and play around 10. What time is a good tiime to try to put baby to sleep at night?


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