Does Reflux Disrupt Your Child’s Sleep?
Reflux can be a really troublesome issue for both baby and parents.
Reflux happens when the milk your baby has swallowed comes back up into their oesophagus or mouth. Both formula-fed and breastfed babies can have reflux. [READ MORE: Reflux - Learn how you can help ease the symptoms] Reflux can be messy and may be frustrating. It can also be really disruptive to your child's sleep. Our sleep & baby development expert, Fiona O'Farrell, is holding workshops on reflux and sleep throughout February and March:
Baby & toddlers with reflux sleep workshop
The workshop is unique as it will offer parents who have babies and toddlers with reflux specific help and solutions for your baby and toddler sleep problems, from a qualified and State Registered Paediatric Occupational Therapist Specialising in paediatric sleep.
Specialist Fiona O’Farrell has over 20 years experience working with babies and Premature babies, within both the HSE and NHS – and she is also validated by the Department of Health. To help all those parents out there struggling with a child who has reflux and problems sleeping (day time naps & night sleep).
This workshop will help you understand why you baby/toddler with reflux has difficulty napping during the day and sleeping during the night.
You will leave the workshop with strategies and solution that will work long term.
To book a place, see locations and get more information, check out fionaofarrell.ie
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