💬 "Ask Me Anything" about Safe Sleep Environments with Dr. Natalie Barnet

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edited August 25 in Safe Sleep

The AMA will begin on September 20th at 9 am ET through September 24th at 11:59 PM ET. The thread will open when the AMA begins.

September is Baby Safety Month! Ask Dr. Natalie Barnett Anything about safe sleep environments.

Dr. Natalie Barnett serves as Director of Clinical Research at Nanit. In her role, Natalie oversees collaborations with researchers at hospitals and universities around the world which use the Nanit camera to better understand pediatric sleep. Prior to joining Nanit, Natalie was Assistant Professor in the Neurogenetics Unit at NYU and holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Pediatric Sleep Science from the University of Western Australia and a Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of New England in Australia. She is able to apply her scientific knowledge to everyday sleep problems and enjoys nothing more than giving families the gift of sleep.

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  • My 8th month boy wouldn’t take his second nap. Is there a specific time you would recommend for it?

    He always takes his first one around 8:30-9am

  • My 6 months old baby sleeps only on her belly during the night and on her side during the day. Should I try to teach her to sleep on her belly? We monitor her breathing over the night.

  • do you know why a baby would all of a sudden reject their pacifier? And how do you learn to put them to sleep without it?

  • Laurajeanharvey
    edited September 2021

    My baby is almost 8 months old and pulls himself up to stand in the crib CONSTANTLY. This is interfering with his sleep; what can I do?



  • We had our first red alert two nights ago. Baby girl was fine, but how do I know if this was a false alert? Im terrified to sleep now! Any insight on red alerts?

  • Should leave the humidifier all nigh ?

    where have to be the humidifier in room ?

    ( next to baby somewhere up or on floor)

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