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10. Regulate The Temperature
Being too warm or too cold can interrupt sleep. Although there's not a definitive answer to the question of what temperature a baby or toddler's room should be, the general consensus is between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition to the thermostat, watch that you're not over- or under-dressing your child for the night.

If a newborn overheats while asleep, it increases their risk for SIDS, so it's vital to keep that temp in the "just right" range.