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Inventors of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock

Inventors of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock

A couple in Melbourne faced the same problem all parents of toddlers face – and came out victorious.

After struggling with sleep deprivation as a result of their child’s poorly regulated sleep schedules during their toddlerhood, Emily and Nathaniel Duffell, the co-founders of Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd came up with the idea of creating a device that would help parents around the globe remember what a good night’s sleep feels like – and help their toddlers get acquainted with the notion too.

The result is the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock, a revolutionary toddler sleep training clock that is designed to regulate toddlers’ sleep cycles and help them sleep throughout the night. Featuring different scenes in which the child can choose from and child-friendly images, the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock keeps toddlers engaged all whilst initiating them to the sleep process including falling asleep independently as well as staying in bed until the ‘wake up time’ chosen and preset by the parent.

Acknowledging that all children are different and that parents choose different sleep training styles, the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock comes with three different sleep settings, allowing parents to select the setting they feel suits their child’s temperament and personality best.

The aforementioned sleep settings including Simple, Moon Crossover and Star Countdown offer different night time set ups, while parents and children can also choose one of the clock’s 7 loveable scenes to be projected onto the clock during the night.

What’s more, the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock comes with more features than ever seen before including a brightness controller, picture story book, 15 minute countdown timer and a lock feature while all its options can be easily configured through its high-tech touch screen.

Commenting on their invention, the founders of Sleepy Starz said “As seasoned parents, we saw firsthand the toll that sleep-deprivation took on both ourselves and our daughter. We experimented with many sleep training methods, but nothing worked. This is when we came up with the idea to create a device which would make sleep training natural and enjoyable for young children, while also allowing parents to control the process, too”.

Each Sleepy Starz Sleep Training Clock comes with a free teddy bear called ‘Sleep Tight Ted’ who not only features in the clock but also stars in the 7 page picture story book. Children love the association of the teddy bear with the clock.

The Sleepy Starz Sleep Training Clock has been granted an Australian innovation patent (Patent number: 2015101639), and has a patent pending in the USA.

The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is available for purchase at www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-clock/  and will be through stockists soon.

Effects of Lack of sleep on Babies and Children

Effects of Lack of sleep on Babies and Children

Aѕ parents wе inhеrеntlу hаvе a dеѕirе tо kеер оur children healthy, safe, and hарру. Onе оf thе еаrliеѕt hurdles уоu will еnсоuntеr with уоur сhild’ѕ wеll-bеing iѕ the iѕѕuе оf getting them tо sleep thrоugh thе night. Yоu mау nоt rеаlizе thiѕ, but not getting enough sleep can lead to serious health related iѕѕuеѕ during сhildhооds and then intо adult lifе. Bу establishing hеаlthу ѕlеер hаbitѕ now, уоu inсrеаѕе уоur сhild’ѕ сhаnсеѕ оf bypassing thеѕе сhаllеngеѕ.

Emоtiоnаl Issues

Fоr bаbiеѕ аnd сhildrеn thе emotional еffесtѕ of ѕlеер deprivation саn be more еxtrеmе thаn thаt of аn adult. Sоmе оf the emotional iѕѕuеѕ a сhild саn experience аrе high lеvеlѕ оf аnxiеtу, dерrеѕѕiоn, аggrеѕѕiоn, irritability, tеmреr tаntrumѕ, excessive crying аnd fussiness аnd dесrеаѕеd раtiеnсе.

Thеѕе iѕѕuеѕ gо hаnd in hаnd with thе nеxt ѕеt оf рrоblеmѕ lасk оf ѕlеер can cause in сhildrеn.

If a сhild iѕ nоt gеtting adequate ѕlеер thеу can bеgin tо diѕрlау a vаriеtу оf behavioral iѕѕuеѕ ѕuсh as hуреrасtivitу, poor соnсеntrаtiоn, poor school performance, poor impulse control, rеаѕоning and memory, fосuѕ and a drор in their IQ.

If thеѕе symptoms sound ѕimilаr tо thоѕе оf ADD аnd ADHD, they are. Hеrе’ѕ a fаѕсinаting scientific find.

Onсе thе bаbу hаѕ jоinеd us on thе оutѕidе, it hаѕ experiences two ѕtаgеѕ оf sleep, spending аbоut 50%, or еight hоurѕ in REM and the rеѕt in non-REM. Yоu can usually tеll whiсh ѕlеер ѕtаgе a bаbу iѕ in. With аdultѕ, REM ѕlеер is accompanied bу раrаlуѕiѕ so we dоn’t imаginе we аrе flying and lаunсh ourselves frоm thе bеdrооm windоw, but in newborn infаntѕ, thiѕ mechanism hаѕ уеt tо dеvеlор so уоu can оbѕеrvе them twitсhing and wriggling through thеir drеаmѕ. Thеir non-REM sleep iѕ еntirеlу раѕѕivе аnd ѕtill. A ѕmаllеr bаbу often needs mоrе ѕlеер than lаrgеr babies of thе ѕаmе аgе.

In аdditiоn to thе аbоvе, ѕlеер dерrivаtiоn in сhildrеn ѕuррrеѕѕеѕ thеir immune ѕуѕtеmѕ, inсrеаѕеѕ thеir сhаnсеѕ оf injurious fаllѕ, and creates a vicious cycle of рооr ѕlеер hаbitѕ thаt аrе hаrd tо brеаk the longer they gо on.

In thе ѕhоrt-tеrm, ѕlеер dерrivаtiоn leads tо:

  • Lасk оf concentration
  • Lасk оf сооrdinаtiоn
  • Slurrеd ѕреесh
  • Blurrеd viѕiоn
  • Headaches
  • Trеmоrѕ
  • Hаlluсinаtiоnѕ

And a whоlе host of оthеr physical symptoms. In the lоng-tеrm, lack оf ѕlеер lеаdѕ tо imbаlаnсе in blood ѕugаr levels that соuld lеаd tо diаbеtеѕ, lоwеring оf thе immune system, heart рrоblеmѕ, obesity, ѕtrоkеѕ, high blооd рrеѕѕurе аnd a host of оthеr health рrоblеmѕ. In studies соnduсtеd оn rаtѕ it wаѕ fоund that rаtѕ would diе аftеr twо to fivе weeks оf ѕlеер deprivation. Thе асtuаl саuѕе оf death iѕ unсlеаr; it соuld either bе ascribed tо a wеаk immune system or severe mеntаl stress. Thе fасt оf thе matter iѕ thаt lack of ѕlеер can lead to health рrоblеmѕ.

Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers a range of affordable sleep consultation packages which can help with getting your little one enough sleep. Head to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ for more information.

Crying it Out – Is It OK?

Crying it Out – Is It OK?

Whether or not it’s okay to let your baby ‘cry it out’ is a hot and very controversial topic. Everyone has their own opinions on the matter and are often happy to voice their opinion. Before I write about my opinion on the subject, there are a couple of facts that I want to make known about ‘cry it out’ beforehand.

‘Cry it out’ is a phrase thrown around with a lot of people not actually knowing the true meaning of this term. In reality, the term ‘cry it out’ means just that – you leave your baby or child to cry without attending to them whatsoever. Eventually, the crying will tire them out and they will fall asleep….but who knows how long this will take and the effect it will have on the child. ‘Controlled crying’ on the other hand is different to ‘cry it out’. Controlled crying is about letting your baby or child cry for timed intervals before attending to their needs. For example, you may leave your baby to cry for 2 minutes before attending to them. The next time, you may leave them to cry for 3 minutes before returning to their room to settle them. ‘Controlled crying’ is very different to ‘cry it out’.

My opinion on the ‘cry it out’ method of sleep training is that it should never be used- simple as that. It is known that crying can be a stressful event for both the child and the parent and what’s more, do we want our children to learn that we will not attend to them when they need us?  What sort of message is this sending? As a sleep training method I do not condone ‘crying it out’. Crying is a form of communication and a baby is trying to tell us something with their cry. Ignoring the cry completely is just not fair on a small child.  However, it’s also important to note that a mere grizzle is different to a cry. When trying to fall asleep, a baby might grizzle or make some noises and even stop and start this a few times before falling asleep. A slight grizzle and cry are different and it can be difficult for parents to distinguish these two things, especially with their own children. Author Tizzie Hall talks about an ‘emotional’ cry versus a ‘protest’ cry and insists that an ‘emotional’ cry should never be ignored. I completely agree with this notion.

My underlying feeling on this subject is that if there is a gentler and more sensitive approach to teaching your children to not only fall asleep independently but to sleep throughout the night then why wouldn’t we want to do this? There are so many sleep training methods that can be used for teaching these principles and I will always turn to a method that involves the least amount of crying. Every child is different and some children are much fussier than others. However, I never encourage parents to let their children completely ‘cry it out’. Whilst some forms of ‘controlled crying’ might work on some personalities, I like to find approaches that do not cause unnecessary stress to the child or the parent.

Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz is a professional sleep consulting service. We offer affordable sleep consulting packages and all consultations are conducted in a supportive manner with a non judgmental approach at all times. More information about our Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz can be found at www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/

Crying as a Form of Communication

Crying as a Form of Communication

A crying baby can be a stressful event for the parent, especially if they are not quite sure why their baby is actually crying. However, crying is very normal and it’s a baby’s way of communicating.

Babies cry the most in during the first three months of their lives and the amount of crying tends to increase steadily.

Until your child learns how to talk, the only way they know how to communicate is by crying. It is hard to imagine that such a simple form of communication takes on so many forms. While at first all babies’ cries sound the same, there is variation in the rhythm, tone, and volume of each crying fit. Newborn babies usually cry for simple reasons such as being hungry, tired, or need to have a nappy change. As your baby gets older, their needs become more complex. You learn as parents the different types of cries your child makes and you know how to assess their needs or wants. This takes time though. Babies usually spend two to three hours crying each day, some more and some less. For new parents this can be daunting and stressful.

Most often, newborn babies cry because they are hungry. They need to be fed little amounts over a 24 hour period. Most newborn babies will wake to feed throughout the night and it’s important for their growth and development to have these feeds. By six months of age, most babies do not need to be fed throughout the night for nutritional reasons but a lot will stay wake up crying as they want a feed and this is perfectly normal

There are lots of reasons why a baby might cry and if they’re not hungry then other things to look for are a wet nappy, overtiredness or even just the need to be held. Often, I advise parents to use a process of elimination to try and determine the reason for the cry. If there is nothing apparent then I advise parents to just hold their baby close for a cuddle. However, if a parent has concerns about the crying then it’s important to seek medical advice which can often put a parent’s mind at ease.
Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers affordable sleep consultation packages to help parents and littlies achieve better sleep. Head to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ for more information.

Crying

Crying

Babies are wonderful. They are a miracle and fill your heart with joy. You feel like they are the most precious thing in the world and you want to provide everything you can. But, what happens when you don’t know what they want and you can’t stop the crying?

Crying is a normal communication response that babies use but unfortunately, it can be hard for parents to listen to. A young baby’s cry tugs at a parent’s heart strings which can leave a parent feeling anxious, tense and guilty for not knowing why their baby is crying.

Should you respond a baby’s cry straight away? Or should you leave them to have a bit of a cry. When a parent gains experience, coupled with professional knowledge and facts about why babies cry, it allows them to make parenting choices with confidence.

My personal belief is that an emotional cry should never be ignored. If a baby is crying an emotional cry they are telling you that they need you and it’s not fair to ignore this. However, if the baby is just grizzling it is okay to leave this for a couple of minutes if you feel comfortable. The problem a lot of parents have is determining what is an emotional cry and what isn’t.

If your baby is crying and you don’t why then you should run through the normal motions of checking if they’re hungry, checking if they need a nappy changed etc. Once you have eliminated the basic needs as not being the reason for the cry then you can think about whether the baby is overtired. Crying is a common sign of overtiredness in babies and it might be that they need sleep.

If there is no apparent reason for crying, your baby might just want to be held. It is actually a vital need for the baby to close to you and listen to your voice. This makes the baby feel safe and secure and promotes development.

For older children, crying can be a way to release their anger or frustration. If the child is safe then there is no problem in allowing the child to cry to release the built up frustration rather than to suppress it. If you don’t feel comfortable leaving your child to cry in this manner, then you can hold them whilst they cry.

Whilst crying can be stressful for the parent, it’s important to remember that it’s a very normal part of development in babies and children. As a sleep consultant I frequently explain to parents that the sound of their own child crying sounds worse to them that it does others. Whilst I might attend a house and determine a baby to be grizzling, the sound of this cry to the parent is a lot worse.

For help in getting your little one to sleep through the night go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/

Common sleep disorders in children

Common sleep disorders in children

Many children suffer from sleep disorders. Sleep disorders range from night terrors and sleep walking to serious breathing disorders. A common cause of sleep disorders are insufficient sleep at night and abnormal or other unhygienic sleep practices. However, there are other causes which cannot be controlled.

About 30% of children experience some form of sleep disorder in their childhood. The sleep patterns of a person as well as the environment are very important factors when diagnosing sleep disorders. Throughout the night a child will experience light and deep sleep phases during sleep, also known as REM and NREM. If a child can go to bed, fall asleep, wake up easily and not felt tired during the day, then it’s a good sign that they are getting enough sleep.

The symptoms of children’s sleep disorders are often different than the symptoms of an adult. Symptoms also differ depending on what the sleep disorder it. However, some common signs indicating something may be wrong include falling asleep in the classroom, during conversations, during a journey, whilst watching the television carelessness and mood swings.

The most common sleep disorders include nightmares/night terrors, sleepwalking/talking, bruxism, head banging or rolling and bedwetting (enuresis). A child’s fear of the dark can worsen sleep disorders and this often results in nightmares. Sleepwalking, (also called somnambulism) is a harmless disorder if the parents can make the environment safe. Talking while asleep is also harmless. Bruxism (grinding and gnashing the teeth during sleep) is an annoying sleep disturbance and can even lead to dental problems. Head rolling and head banging is also another common sleep disorder. It is generally harmless provided the child is safe and normally disappears before adolescence. It is advisable to consult a doctor if parents have concerns about their children and a sleep disorder.

Sleep apnea is another fairly common sleep disorder often occurring in preschool-age children. Symptoms of sleep apnea include snoring, restless sleep, breathing interruption, difficulty awakening, bedwetting and problems with school performance. If a parent suspects their child may be suffering from sleep apnea, it’s important to consult with a medical professional.

The sleep consultants at Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz are trained in assisting parents and little ones with common sleep disorders. Visit www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-cconsulting/ to view their affordable sleep consultation packages.

Combating Early Rising

Combating Early Rising

Early waking/rising  is a widespread problem expressed by parents. “Why does my child wake at 4am or 5am every morning?” There could be a lot of reasons a baby or child is waking at this time every morning. However, one quite common reason is that around the 4-5am time every morning, not only are is our body at its lowest temperature in a 24 hour period, but the temperature outside is at its lowest. When parents tell me that their baby or child is waking at this time, one of the first things I enquire about is room temperature, clothing and blankets.

Addressing early rising from a sleep training perspective can be difficult, but is very important to do. The last hour or so of sleep in the morning is actually a deep sleep state (known as non rem sleep NREM) where energy is restored to the body, tissue growth and repair occur and important hormones are released for growth and development. Consistently missing this last deep phase of sleep may have a negative impact on healthy growth and development for babies and children.

When analysing an early rising issue, as a Sleep Consultant one of the first things I look for is whether the child is on an age appropriate routine. We delve into nap times, awake times, whether enough sleep is being achieved during the day as well as whether parental expectations are of an appropriate level. Further to this, we also check for signs of teething, illness and changes in the child’s daily life. Other things which might affect early rising include:

  • Environmental factors;
  • Behavioural factors;
  • Movement milestones;
  • Overtiredness.

Parents will often assume that their child just isn’t tired enough if they are constantly waking early. However, sometimes it’s actually the exact opposite and the child isn’t getting enough sleep in a 24 hour period. If I assume that the child is overtired and this is causing the early rising, then an earlier bedtime at night might help improve the situation.

Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers a range of affordable packages to families experiencing issues. All of our consultants are certified and conduct the consultations in a professional, nurturing and supportive manner. We deal with all sorts of different problems and work with the parent to tailor a solution to suit the individual child and the family. Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz is a global service and we currently work with clients from Australia, USA, New Zealand, Canada and some parts of Asia……but we are constantly growing. Head over to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ to view our range of affordable sleep consulting packages.

Bedtime Accessories

Bedtime Accessories

Creating a beautiful and safe sleep environment for your child has never been easier. Twinkling lights, multi-coloured bulbs and glittering night lights can transform a normal bedroom into an enticing zone which will capture your kids’ imagination, making them feel happy and safe.

There’s no need for your kids to wake up in the night frightened of monsters under the bed, ghosts in the wardrobe or witches in the toy box any more. The scary shadows which lurk in the corner of the room can be banished by glimmering night lights, and colourful bulbs which will reassure your little ones whilst spreading a pretty glow throughout the room.

It’s an age old fact that children love having a personal space stamped with their own individual style. That’s why today’s children’s furniture market is oozing with eye-catching children’s beds, lamps and accessories which are designed for a range of ages, tastes and budgets. Distract your child from the pull of TV, DVDs and computer games and encourage them to enjoy their bedroom as a place to read, play and use their imagination in comfort and style. By taking time with your child to make their room special, they may prefer to spend time in their own unique environment away from the glare of mind numbing TV shows and repetitive computer games.

The stresses of a busy day at school, travel and after school clubs all take their toll on children. By choosing cosy beds with feel good fabrics in calming colours and captivating lights you’ll be giving your young ones a gorgeous place to unwind and relax at the end of the day. What’s more, a beautifully lit comfortable bedroom is a great place for your kids to concentrate on homework away from other less productive distractions. Good news for everyone!

It’s not only school children who can benefit from specially chosen children’s furniture such as beds and lights. Parents can help banish the bedtime blues by adding a little magic to their toddler’s bedroom. Every child will test their parent’s patience by using excuses to stay up a little bit later. While tears and tantrums may be part of growing up, it doesn’t have to be that way every time you mention the words ‘ bed time!’ Your sweet faced angel needn’t turn into a red faced devil whenever the time comes to put on their pyjamas. With such a huge range of bedroom products available on the children’s market your little darlings should be aching to get under the covers and count sheep in no time.

One of the best products for a toddlers bedroom is the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock. Not only does it teach your child when it’s time for bed and when to stay in bed, but it couples as a night light and a picture story book too. It is the best toddler sleep training clock on the market with amazing features and is the perfect bedroom accessory. Head to www.sleepstarz.com/sleep-clock/ to grab yours today.

Baby and Toddler Sleep Solutions

Baby and Toddler Sleep Solutions

Few, if any other sleep training accessories created such a buzz upon their launch, which can equal that of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock.

While the product has only been available for a few months, the company has received an influx of orders, which has resulted in Sleepy Starz having to put in an urgent, last minute order from their manufacturer.

Commenting on the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock’s tremendous, early success, Mrs. Emily Duffell, the company’s co-founder, stated that “While we were confident that our product would fulfil a need, we were taken by surprise by just how quickly it rose to prominence. We believe that its success is a testament to both its ease of use as well as the phenomenal results on children’s sleep patterns it’s seen. Parents have reported that it’s only taken a couple of nights before their children have slept through. We are filled with pride each time we receive positive feedback from our customers, detailing how the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock helped them deal with the daunting sleep training process”.

The company consulted with top specialists in the field of child development, to accommodate the specific needs of children aged 2 years plus.

After spending 2 years perfecting Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock’s design, the product’s first prototypes secured an Australian innovation patent (Patent number: 2015101639), while Sleepy Starz’s U.S.A. and worldwide patent applications for the product are currently pending.

When asked what the future holds for Sleepy Starz, Mrs. Duffell said “We pledge to create even more, innovative sleep training solutions, as we are filled with ideas on how to help older children overcome sleep disturbances, too. Many of our products are currently in the development stage, while we will also offer an elite selection of bedding accessories and feeding linens, soon”.

Mrs. Duffell has also penned the book Bedtime Battles: No More! How to Get Your Child to Sleep Through The Night In 10 Simple Steps, available on amazon.co.uk, as an accompaniment to the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock, for those parents who are eager to learn some surefire sleep training techniques, to take some of  the stress off of of the arduous, sleepless periods of their child’s toddlerhood.

Head to www.sleepystarz.com for more information.

A Product That Works

A Product That Works

Thousands of books have been written on sleep training while, only once in a while is there a new innovation that actually provides the ultimate solution to the problem.

As a result, parents are often frustrated with the plethora of information found online and the frivolous amount of money they have come to spend on products that do nothing more than collect dust in their homes.

Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd was born out of the collaborative efforts of an Australian couple who had already gone through the sleeping training process with their toddler. When looking for the best way to share their firsthand knowledge on the subject they decided to unite their creative forces and develop an effective sleep training accessory which would not only benefit toddlers but ultimately, parents too resulting in more sleep for the whole family!

As young children cannot read the time and their circadian rhythms are easily disturbed by even the slightest changes in their sleep schedules, the couple decided to develop a toddler sleep training clock – one that relays the concept of time through visual and calming light cues and not by numbers.

The final result was the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock which holds an Australian patent (Granted patent number: 2015101639). “We knew we had to figure out a way to match a toddler’s sleep cycle with visual stimuli in which they could relate, as natural light does not seem to do the trick especially during daylight savings which much of Australia experiences. What’s more, we know that many parents live in areas of the world where, during certain periods of the year, there is practically no natural light at all” said Mrs. Emily Duffell, Sleepy Starz’s co-founder.

She went on to add, “The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock projects child friendly and calming bedtime scenes which eases toddlers’ transition into deep sleep. Parents and children can choose which images they like best, from the seven available options in the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock, according to their toddler’s and their own personal preferences. Moreover, thanks to its three built-in sleep settings, the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock offers a customized sleeping experience, which is already delighting both toddlers and parents alike across Australia. When time lapses, the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock gently transitions to a brighter and calmer light, which much resembles that of daytime. The clock combines the expertise of child experts along with our personal experiences with sleep training our children. We know how efficient the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is – and now other parents can see so for themselves too.”

The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is available for purchase on the company’s website www.sleepystarz.com and will be in stores soon. Sleepy Starz has also launched two apps, which accompany the product, in the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store.

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