Should I Hire a Sleep Consultant?

If you are Googling "should I hire a sleep consultant?", it is 2:00 am or the end of short nap.

We see you...

You are a parent who is exhausted from endless nights of disrupted sleep.

You just found yourself, again, on Google in the middle of the night skimming through countless articles, desperately seeking a solution for getting more than 2 hours of sleep at a time.

You are so frustrated by these short naps that you just don't know how you are going to make it through the rest of the day.

You are done with the middle of the night arguments with your partner -- both of you so tired and so clueless that you just want to cry.

You are in the right place. First off, breathe and please know that you're not alone. Many parents struggle with establishing healthy sleep habits for their children, and it can feel like an uphill battle, especially in the very desperate times.

Second, breath (again). There's a solution that offers support, guidance, and peace of mind: hiring a sleep consultant. In this blog, we'll explore why enlisting the help of a sleep consultant might be the best decision for your family.

No More Guessing Games

Are you tired of endlessly scrolling through blogs trying to find the solution to your child's middle of the night wakes, early rising or short naps? Hiring a sleep consultant can alleviate the guessing games. Instead of second-guessing yourself, you'll have a trained professional guiding you every step of the way. There's no need for confusion and frustration about all the conflicting advice and information overload. With the help of a high touch sleep consultant like the Sleeper Teachers, you'll know exactly what to do for each step of the sleep plan.

Expert Guidance for Adjustments

Once you have a sleep plan in place, it's natural to encounter bumps along the way. Maybe your child isn't a robot (!!!) or you need to tweak their schedule to accommodate new developments. With an experienced sleep consultant, you'll gain valuable insights into how and when to make these adjustments. No more trial and error – just expert guidance tailored to your little one's specific needs. Many sleep consultants use a sleep log, showing data from naps and nights, to keep track of how the plan is going and to determine if adjustments are needed.

Confidence in Your Sleep Journey

Navigating the world of sleep can feel overwhelming, especially for if sleep struggles are new to you. But with a sleep consultant by your side, you'll gain the confidence to tackle any sleep-related challenges that come your way. By learning from a professional, you'll feel empowered to make informed decisions about your child's sleep habits today and in the future. The great news about sleep is that the more you know about it, the less mysterious it becomes. Let your sleep consultant educate you so by the end of your time time together, you'll have the peace of mind and confidence to do what is best to help your little one with sleep.

Ready for Life Changing Results?

When Amber hired the Sleeper Teachers, "no one was getting any good sleep". They were stuck rocking and nursing her exclusively, and holding her for naps. But after working with Sleeper Teacher Sara, their lives have changed. She is sleeping on her own, putting herself to sleep and sleeping 11-12 hours overnight! WOW! What a big change.

Are Sleep Consultants Necessary?

Nope! Choosing to hire a professional to help with your child's sleep struggles is absolutely a choice, not a necessity. However, when you make the decision to invest in a sleep consultant, you're not just improving your child's sleep – you're also bettering your own well-being. Say goodbye to clueless searching, middle of the night frustration and months of struggles and hello to a happier and healthier family dynamic, free time for yourself and/or your partner and reclaiming rest quicker than you ever thought possible! 

If you chose to not work with a sleep consultant, please do everything you can to get your family sleeping well. Sleep deprivation is a real problem and is responsible for many struggles such as "chang[ing] activity in some parts of the brain... and has also been linked to depression, suicide, and risk-taking behavior" according to the National Institute of Health.

Good sleep matters and there are plenty of fabulous, highly qualified sleep consultants who are able to help your family to reclaim rest! 

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