Helping babies sleep through the night
The Amby Air Baby Hammock can help babies sleep all night with its womb-like design and gentle motion. It not only helps babies fall asleep but keeps them asleep longer. This works because the hammock provides a rocking motion as babies fall asleep. In addition, the spring responds to the baby's own movements when they wake, bouncing them gently back to sleep. The hammock has also proven extremely successfully for babies with reflux (GER) and colic because you can adjust the incline of the bed to suit your baby's needs.
Keeping your baby close
Some parents prefer to have their baby sleep nearby, but not in bed with them all the time - and this is recommened for the first 4-6 months. The Amby Hammock is a perfect solution for helping a restless baby sleep since the hammock can sit conveniently next to the parents' bed, and, if the baby awakes, s/he can be rocked gently without the need for the parents to leave their bed.
Evidence from the past 25 year's shows that most babies sleep soundly in the Amby Air Baby Hammock. This is the one amazingly positive outcome. Most new parents believe that sleep deprivation comes automatically with parenthood. Many parents spend long hours – at all times of day and night - walking the floor with their baby. They soothe, feed, and go the extra mile on little or no sleep to comfort a crying infant. But it doesn't have to be that way! The Amby Air Baby Hammock offers a natural solution for fussy babies, especially designed to help infants sleep through the night in their first year of development – making parental sleep deprivation a thing of the past.
Why a good night's sleep is important for your baby – and you
Consistently getting a good night's sleep can increase your energy levels; heighten your mood, and lower anxiety levels. When you and your baby are getting the sleep you need, you will have the vitality you need to raise a healthy, happy baby. In addition, a well-rested baby is a happy baby, which will improve the time you spend together. Sweet dreams!