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New Book Says Feeding Schedule Could Help Newborns Sleep Better

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New York- Two New York doctors claim to have figured out a way to get your baby to sleep.

Doctor's Lewis and Jonathan Jassey, are Bellmore Long Island Pediatrician brothers, and co-authors of The Newborn Sleep Book.

They discovered something simple, but extremely effective, that could change your life as a parent.

"This Jassey method is you have recognize that your gut and brain are connected. What you do during the day directly impacts what happens at night," said Lewis Jassey.

"Ideally what you want to do is subtract the middle of the night feeding out, so by doing that it's going to be five feedings per day.

The doctors say space those feedings out four-hours apart or, as close as you can, at first to that magical number.

Each baby's volume of food depends on the individual child, the important thing for you to know is your baby can get all its food during the day.

And, remember, not every cry is one of hunger!

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