63. Quick Tip Tuesday: I’m afraid to sleep because I’m worried my baby will choke on their spit up - New mom, first time mom, postpartum anxiety, ppd tips

Are you afraid to go to sleep at night because you’re worried your baby will choke on their spit up?

 

Listen in to today’s Quick Tip Tuesday to ease your mind.

 

 

Have a question you’d like me to answer? Submit your own question to be answered on a Quick Tip Tuesday at angelswon.com/quicktip

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FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION:

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Hey friends, it’s Quick Tip Tuesday where I answer a quick question submitted by you my awesome podcast listeners. If you have a question you want me to answer on a Quick Tip Tuesday episode, go over to my website, Angel swan.com/quick tip and submit your question. So today’s submission is from anonymous, and she says, I’m afraid to sleep because I’m worried my baby will choke on their spit up. So anonymous, I’m going to call you Annie just to make things simpler. So Hi, Annie. And Annie, I totally remember having this fear myself. Your postpartum hormones are going crazy. And you have anxiety about all the ways that your baby could get hurt. And it’s just a natural instinct as your baby’s protector to be hyper vigilant and constantly looking for ways to prevent any harm from coming to your baby. But any I’ve got good news for you. And I need to preface this by saying I’m not a medical professional. And this is not medical advice. Disclaimer disclaimer. But babies have a natural reflex to swallow. This means even when laying flat on their back, if they do spit up in their mouth, they have a natural reflex to just swallow it. So you definitely don’t need to be up all night to monitor your baby’s spitting up. And on top of that babies are super noisy, especially when they sleep. So before you get up to check on them and disturb them and possibly even wake them up when they were actually just sleeping and being a noisy little baby. Remember that if they really need you, they will cry for you. I know it’s hard to sleep, especially when you have a newborn. But if you have a healthy baby, there’s really no reason to keep yourself up all night to watch them sleep because you need sleep just as much as they do. And that’s that’s it super short and sweet. Right? If you like all the tips that I give on this podcast and you want to work with me as your coach, go to Angel Swan comm slash work with me and you can choose either my group coaching program or my one on one program. The link is also in the episode description for you. And Lady if you have listened to my podcast thus far and you haven’t taken just one minute to leave me a review on Apple podcasts. Please go and do that for me today. And let me know your favorite tip that you’ve learned by listening to this podcast. If I’ve helped you in any way if you’ve learned something new, the best way to support the show is to leave me a five star rating and or a written review. And don’t forget you can hang out with me on Instagram at Angel dot Swan and grab my free postpartum planner on my website, Angel Swan calm. And that’s all for today’s Quick Tip Tuesday. Thank you so much for listening. I’ll talk to you soon. 

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