Helping Your Baby Sleep

Sofia Axelrod, PhD

When my first baby was born, I started applying knowledge from our Nobel Prize winning research at Rockefeller University, New York, to my baby’s sleep. Blue and white light suppress the sleep hormone melatonin, so I only exposed her baby to red light at night. It worked not just for us, but for countless parents who I helped through my method and soon-to-be-published book. The idea is simple: only use red light at night, and be mindful of baby’s changing sleep need to help her sleep through the night. Using cutting-edge science, I am able to solve most sleep problems in an innovative and gentle way. Tired of being tired? I’d love to help you and your family get some much needed rest. Get in touch for your tailored sleep solution here.