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How Babies Go Through Their Sleep Cycle?

Babies go through five sleep cycles, each lasting about an hour. You spend twice as much time in light and active sleep than in deep sleep. In the first phase of light sleep, the baby's muscles relax and his eyelids quiver. 

Baby sleep tutor app helps you to monitor the  baby movements like shaking, grimacing, sucking regularly, and breathing unevenly. If the baby is placed in the crib at this time, he can wake up. In deep sleep, the baby's limbs relax, fists open, and breathing becomes shallow and regular. 

After a deep sleep, the baby enters the panic phase of active sleep. At this stage, they grimace and fuss, muscles tense up and involuntarily tremble, eyes shoot in all directions, and breathing and heart rate become erratic. 

However, the period between the end of active sleep and the next sleep cycle is the most vulnerable. Most babies whine and cry when they wake up after a sleep cycle. However, if they are not disturbed, they can go back to sleep. 

If your baby needs to be fed or replaced, keep this to a minimum and place him in the crib as soon as his needs are met. If your baby is not hungry or uncomfortable, do not hold him, talk to him, make eye contact, play music or lights, or interact with them in any way or they will expect you all the time, when he wakes up, the same arrangement. 

Simply place your hand over the baby to soothe them until they fall asleep again. In a few days she will adjust to the new routine and fall back asleep on her own. Rewarding your baby with too much attention can prolong the odd hours of wake-up and play into late infancy.