Sleep

Sleeping with your children

Sleeping with your children

When they’re babies, co-sleeping facilitates breastfeeding and relationship building. But what happens when your 2, 4 or even 8-year-old child still sleeps with you? A psychologist explains below.

November 1, 2020
The benefits of taking a nap

The benefits of taking a nap

We know how important napping is for our little ones, but did you know that naps can be just as beneficial for us parents as it is for them? Well that’s good news parents will be happy about!

July 27, 2020
Pregnant and can’t sleep?

Pregnant and can’t sleep?

Tired of not being able to get a full night’s sleep? Your back hurts and your baby is waking you by kicking up a storm? Welcome to the clubs of pregnant insomniacs!

October 15, 2018
Insomnia and naturopathy

Insomnia and naturopathy

Do you suffer from insomnia? Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you wake up at night and find it hard to get back to sleep? Do you wake up before your time and completely exhausted?

May 11, 2015
Are you ready to change your clocks?

Are you ready to change your clocks?

At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014, we’ll return to Standard Time, which means one more hour of sleep and a possible disruption of our sleeping patterns.

October 27, 2014
Sleeping in different bedrooms

Sleeping in different bedrooms

Sleeping in two different bedrooms when you’re a couple? Is that a sign that the relationship is doomed and that we are headed south? What if it was a way to reinvent ourselves?

November 21, 2012
Snoring

Snoring

Does your child sounds like a little buzzing engine when he sleeps? We can laugh about it a little but his snoring could also be the first symptom of sleep apnea.

February 17, 2012

This week
Ear infections, antibiotics, and prevention

Becoming a parent also means being acquainted with several small infections encountered during our own childhood. Ear infections are numerous and can leave you having lots of questions. We try to respond to the most frequent ones.

My child is often absentminded!

Do you find yourself often repeating phrases like "Hello? Is anyone there?" ? If so, it seems that your child is often absentminded. Here's how to help your distracted children stay concentrated.

Dental Flare-Ups

Even if inevitable, the teething period is still a difficult time to live through! Fortunately, there are natural solutions to relieve your baby ...

My child is in-toeing

Have you noticed your child’s feet tend to point inwards when they are walking? Have you started worrying or wondering if this is normal? If you're thinking "But what causes this and what can I do to fix it?", keep reading!