Surviving the festive season

By Janine Rudwick – Good Night Consultant The festive season can be a busy and stressful time for parents, especially those with young children. Often, the festive schedule also includes travelling and sleeping elsewhere with family or on holiday, complexities that can flood a parent with anxiety about what this may mean for their little […]

All about White Noise

By Sarah Bibi Patel – Good Night Consultant In helping mums on their journey to better sleep with their babies, the topic of white noise often comes up. Today, I’ll share the basics of white noise so that you can make an informed decision on whether you would like to include it as part of […]

Don’t get ‘nap trapped’

By Jolandi Becker – MD of Good Night More and more in recent times have I been hearing the word ‘nap trapped’. Nap trapped is when parents feel ‘trapped’ at home because their little one can sleep well only in the cot or in a specific area for naps. This can even mean that because […]

“Sleep When Your Baby Sleeps” – Planning for Newborn Sleep Bliss.

By Emma Dubbleman – Good Night Consultant I am the mother of two beautiful boys and have experienced two polar opposite newborn phases; one pure undisturbed bliss (even with a three-year old running around) and the other where the wheels completely fell off around eight weeks postpartum. After my first, very wobbly experience, I am […]


As jy wil maak soos die bekende Amerikaanse slaapkenner Elizabeth Pantley sê, moet jy jou tweejarige verkieslik tussen 18.30 en 19.30 in die bed kry en dan moet hy minstens 11 uur lank slaap om emosioneel, fisiek en verstandelik optimaal te ontwikkel.


Are you working late into the night and rising early? Perhaps you struggle to fall asleep or suffer from insomnia? According to recent studies your lack of shut eye could be causing havoc with your waistline! Weigh-Less Investigates with Samantha Watt


5 Steps to a happy bedtime!
It con be done! Restful nights for all are just a few methods away!


Shift work is a reality for many doctors, nurses, policemen, firemen, security guards, miners and factory workers (to name but a few). New research suggests that many of these professionals, though dedicated to taking care of others, are doing so at the expense of their own health.