NICE draft guidelines on caesarean section

21 May 2011

NICE draft guidelines on caesarean section
NICE's original clinical guideline on caesarean section was published in April 2004. Since then, much new evidence has been published and there have been changes in clinical practice. Read more

http://www.hc2d.co.uk/content.php?contentId=18604

Crying baby links to poor behaviour

09 May 2011

Scientists have suggested that babies which cry more than usual could have a greater risk of behavioural problems later in life.

They have also noticed the same trend with infants who have problems in feeding and sleeping.

Research published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood showed that 20% of babies had symptoms that could lead to conditions such as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).

The review of previous studies looked at nearly 17,000 children and an international group of researchers looked at this area as well as problems eating and sleeping.

Chireal Shallow is now a Greatvine Sleep Expert

30 Apr 2011

TV psychologist for channel 4 Chireal, is qualified and accredited practitioner psychologist and CBT therapist, working both privately and for the NHS, has brought together her knowledge, skills and expertise and transformed them into an accredited training course; making her clinic a centre of excellence for parental empowerment and professional education.

Qualify as a trained Sleep Consultant With NNSC

30 Apr 2011

We are running our National Qualification Progression Award in Sleep Consultant Training this October 28th and 29th 2011.
Check out our website for more information or call us on +44 (0)844 826 5458.

Apply now for our course

Naturally Nurturing provide a fully accredited training course in Sleep Consultancy for Psychologists, Health Visitors, Nannies, and Maternity Nurses. Naturally Nurturing Sleep Clinic( NNSC) is the only training provider to offer this National Qualification in the UK to train as a Sleep Consultant and the accreditation has European and Global application.

Beauty Sleep

21 Feb 2011

People are commonly said to need to sleep in order to appear more attractive.

Now, researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm have shown that people deprived of sleep for longer periods appear less health and attractive than those who are getting enough sleep.

In the study, researchers took photographs of volunteers after they had enjoyed an eight-hour sleep, and again after they had been kept awake for the total of 31 hours.

They asked untrained observers to score the photographs in terms of how healthy and how attractive they thought the subjects looked.

Get in touch

To learn more about how the Baby Sleep Clinic can help you establish healthy sleep habits that suit your family’s lifestyle, contact us or call us:

+44(0)844 826 5458

* from a BT landline. Calls from other networks and mobiles may vary.

Subscribe to our mailing list