Unless you have the luxury of living in some kind of isolated oasis, you most likely have to face a mixture of noises at night. From traffic and sirens to barking dogs and annoying neighbors, it can be difficult for anyone to fall (and stay) asleep. If you have children and they're struggling to get a good night's rest due to distracting sounds, you might find yourself Googling " how to help your kid sleep through noise." Although it's typically easier said than done, there are actually quite a few ways you can ease your child into a healthy bedtime routine in spite of their loud environment.
Every child is different, though. For instance, my sister and I look and act very similar, but we were entirely different when it came to our sleep patterns as young kids. According to my mother, I could sleep through anything, anytime, anywhere. My sister, on the other hand, had trouble sleeping through the night and could get quite fussy.
So, even though each child may have their own ways of coping with noise disturbances during sleep, there are a few things you can do that will help any child adjust and sleep through noise.