Baby, Health

The time change affects babies

I had heard countless things about it:
What if the time change could make them more irritable, that if they had trouble adapting to the new sleep rhythm, that if it was necessary to make a time adjustment in the shots or meals, etc. Well, hey, none of that happened to us.

It seems that the change in daylight intensity directly influences our levels of serotonin  (key neurotransmitter in our moods) and secretion of melatonin (hormone responsible for regulating our “biological clock” and stimulating the secretion of the hormone from growth ) making shorter days and longer nights affect our personality and some people may have difficulty falling asleep, waking up or even feeling sadder.

Well, as I was telling you, none of this has happened to my house today but quite the opposite:
This morning, Ares woke up at 7 am and when I opened my eyes I had a slight feeling of rest that I had not had in MANY TIME, the feeling of having slept more than 4 hours straight. Indeed I was not dreaming, the creature’s father and I had slept a total of 7 hours straight gentlemen! (I put it in bold to highlight the number well).

So with a smile from ear to ear, I am very happy to announce that for the first time in 13 and a half months, my little one has slept a total of 10 hours  (applause, please).

 PS I hope that the fact that he has a cold and that we gave him 10 drops of Romilar, 1ml of Paidoterin and 3 drops of Variargil last night had no influence … (if you think I’m naive and shouldn’t get my hopes up, that everything has been the fruit of doping and chance, please refrain from commenting on me and let me live in my world of hope and hope. Thank you.)

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