Identify the five common reasons for your baby's nighttime awakenings, including hunger, discomfort, sleep associations, developmental milestones, and sleep regression.

 Address hunger by ensuring your baby receives sufficient nutrition during the day and consider dream feeding before bedtime.

Provide relief for discomfort or pain, such as teething, through chilled teething toys or baby-approved pain relief measures.

 Encourage independent sleep by gradually reducing sleep associations and establishing a calming bedtime routine.

Understand that developmental milestones can disrupt sleep patterns and be patient during these temporary phases.

During sleep regression, maintain consistency in the bedtime routine and offer extra comfort and support until normal sleep patterns return