Toddler Sleep Regression is when a toddler who is usually a great sleeper suddenly refuses to sleep. The toddler often has frequent nighttime awakenings or wakes up during the night and will not go back to sleep. Sleep relapse can occur at various points in a child’s life. Often it occurs during periods of rapid growth and brain development in early months.
Tips to help a child sleep better are setting up a bedtime routine, encourage your child to relax before bedtime, keep regular sleep and wake times, make sure your child feels safe at night, and check noise and light in your child’s bedroom. Also, make sure that your child gets as much natural light during the day.
To conclude, talk to your pediatrician and find out about sleep relapse and the actions you can take to prevent it.