New study shows parents are sleep deprived in the first 3 months after baby is born

The U.K. study found new parents don't fall back into good sleep routines for 6 years after the birth of their first child.
0:17 | 02/27/19

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Transcript for New study shows parents are sleep deprived in the first 3 months after baby is born
At a new study tonight for sleep deprived parents researchers say those sleepless nights hit their peak. About three months after your baby is born mothers losing about an hour or less a night on average fathers are losing about fifteen minutes my dad's. The study shows most parents will only begin catching up on that sleep. Six years in.

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