Introduction: About Baby Sleepytime
As every new parent knows, getting your baby to sleep–and stay asleep–can be much harder than it sounds. My sister’s newborn, Kaley Emma, quickly became notorious for waking up frequently. After 8 weeks of being up every two hours, my sister was a walking zombie.
It was about that point, when my sister was frazzled, tired, and just plain worn out, that I came up with the concept behind Baby Sleepytime
. I had already developed meditation brainwave technologies for adults, so it was a short step from that to create an audio CD with binaural beats to put babies–and adults–right to sleep. The dual binaural beats are mixed with multiple tracks of ocean waves from the Gulf of Mexico, creating a CD that is pleasant to listen to as well as so powerful it will lull your crying baby to dreamland.
And it works! The very first night my sister played the disc for Kaley, she slept for 6 consecutive hours. After just two weeks of nightly use, she was sleeping 9 hours. For a 10-week-old newborn, this seemed miraculous.
I can only imagine how useful this CD can be to you. Just take a minute to pop in the CD, and I guarantee you will be delighted at the results. Never again will you have to spend another night soothing your baby.How to Use the Book and CD
has been created to help your baby get to sleep, plus induce longer sleeping periods. Baby Sleepytime
will easily become an important part of your baby’s routine, allowing your infant to quickly achieve deep and restorative sleep.
Read the nursery rhymes as you play the Baby Sleepytime
CD softly (low volume) on repeat mode in your CD player. While it doesn’t matter what size or kind of player you have, it must have stereo speakers for the Baby Sleepytime
CD to work. Your baby and entire family will enjoy more restful and peaceful nights of deep, healthy sleep.
Excerpted from Baby Sleepytime by Christopher Oliver. . Excerpted by permission of Hatherleigh Press, a division of Random House LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.