The Baby Sleep Site® Helps Moms Get Their Romance (and Their Sleep!) Back This Valentine's Day

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On Valentine's Day, new dads want intimacy, but new moms want something else: sleep!

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80% of women admit they would rather get a good night's sleep than have sex with their partners...even on Valentine's Day

Columbus, Ohio, 6 February 2018 - Valentine's Day should be all about romance, but for many new parents, sleep deprivation gets in the way of intimacy. The Baby Sleep Site®, an online company offering baby sleep consulting services for tired new parents, has announced a campaign designed to help new parents reclaim their sleep - just in time to enjoy some Valentine's Day passion. In addition to offering a wide selection of sleep coaching resources, starting February 12th, The Baby Sleep Site® will be giving away 5 of their wildly popular Express Sleep Plans® on the company's Facebook page. The Express Sleep Plan® is a customized, step-by-step sleep coaching plan that's available instantly and designed to help families coach their way to sleep-filled nights.

Sleep Deprivation Damages Intimacy

Sleep deprivation is a serious problem for new parents. A recent study indicates that in the first year spent caring for a new baby, parents can expect to lose 20.3 hours of sleep per week - or 44 full days of sleep over the course of an entire year. In most households, the burden of baby care falls disproportionately on moms, meaning that moms may be more likely than dads to feel the full effects of this chronic sleep deprivation.

This explains why so many new moms eschew sex in favor of sleep. A study by The Better Sleep Council confirms it: nearly 80% of women admit they would rather get a good night's sleep than have sex with their partners. And it's no wonder; chronic sleep deprivation has long been linked to a decrease in libido.

According to Nicole Johnson, Founder and President of The Baby Sleep Site®, this is one reason why it's so crucial for new parents to take their babies' sleep problems seriously. "People sometimes think it's selfish to want your baby to sleep through the night," says Johnson, "but it's not. Improving baby sleep is also about protecting your relationship with your partner, because isn't it more difficult to have a healthy and thriving relationship when you're both too tired to spend time together and be intimate?

The Baby Sleep Site®'s Mission To Help New Parents

For nearly 10 years, The Baby Sleep Site® has personally helped more than 30,000 families worldwide solve their babies' sleep problems. In the process, Johnson has become a leading sleep coaching expert, and The Baby Sleep Site® has become the internet's most popular and frequently-visited site for baby sleep resources, enjoying 1.5 million unique visitors per month.

Johnson and her team are seeking media partners to help reach tired new parents this Valentine's Day, and to introduce them to resources that can help. Having written hundreds of blog articles and nearly a dozen successful e-books, Johnson and her team are poised to create unique, targeted content for the new parents in your readership. Their latest article, Top 10 Ways New Moms Can Get Their Sexy Back, is specifically designed to reach new moms in time for the Valentine's Day promotional season. Johnson can also offer supplementary content on various parenting topics and is available for interviews by phone, email, and in person.

Contact Johnson with all media inquiries. For more information about The Baby Sleep Site®, visit the following:

Web: http://www.babysleepsite.com
Blog: http://www.babysleepsite.com/blog
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/babysleepsite
Twitter: http://twitter.com/babysleepsite
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/babysleepsite/
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/babysleepsite
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