BC, Canada (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
Dana Obleman, founder of Sleep Sense Publishing Inc. (http://www.sleepsense.net), is happy to announce the launch of her do-it-yourself system that allows tired parents to teach their children how to become better sleepers. This program can be implemented starting right from birth, or at any point in the child’s first 3 years.
Parents with newborn babies can especially understand how a sleep disorder can disrupt their lives during the night and affect work productivity during the day.
Beth Quave, a mother who used the program to help her son, explains: “I had a 6 1/2 month old that was up 5 times a night. Now he slumbers peacefully 11-12 hours at night and takes two 1 1/2 hour naps each day. I tell all my friends with young children about the program and I even told our doctor about it. It is so nice to put our 10 month old in his crib and listen to him talk to his stuffed dog before he falls asleep. Within two weeks of starting the program it was working. At this same time, he started mastering his milestones as soon as he started sleeping. I now have a super energetic baby. Thank you so much for the program!”
Dana Obleman has been working as a professional infant and child sleep consultant since 2003, and her “do-it-yourself” program is a result of her years of real-world experience helping parents and children. Her baby sleep techniques work, as another mother explains:
“We’ve been using your program for over a month and a half now and I can’t believe the results,” says Tara Elridge. “Slowly but surely, Riley is getting the picture! After about 3-4 nights of the program, Riley was sleeping through the night (11 1/2 hours) without a whimper! Naptimes came slower, but now after persistence, patience, and consistency, he naps 1 to 2 hours each day, three times a day. He didn’t do this well even when I was nursing him or actually laying next to him. After 30-45 minutes, he would ALWAYS wake up. It was a never-ending cycle! Now, people can’t believe the results we’ve had with this program. This is from a kid that never wanted to nap even as a newborn!”
For those interested in more information on this unique and useful program, visit the Sleep Sense Publishing website at http://www.sleepsense.net.
About Sleep Sense Publishing Inc:
Dana Obleman founded her infant and child sleep center in Vancouver, Canada in 2003 and released “The Sleep Sense Program,” a do-it-yourself online guide for tired parents of young children in January of 2005. Since then, thousands of parents have used her proven methods to teach their infants and toddlers the skills they need to sleep through the night and improve the overall quality of their sleep.
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Name: Dana Obleman
Address: 4738 Fir Rd.
Zip: V0N 3A2