If your baby is a high-intensity baby, it can be difficult to keep them excited for more than a few minutes when they are young. High-intensity babies may be more upset if they wake up between sleep cycles and can't go back to sleep. It may also take longer during bedtime to calm the baby at a high intensity before bedtime.
If you try to teach sleep without crying, your baby will likely still cry at a high intensity, and it will be very difficult to hear the baby's cries when you try to interrupt sleep associations, and it will be much harder to listen when he's angry. You can book your consultation to overcome sleep-crying, loud and long explosions and screams with the sleep training method.
If the baby is a very stubborn baby, it will be more difficult to get more cooperation from him when concentrating on something. If you use a no-crying sleep training method, it will likely take longer than a less stubborn baby.
Unfortunately, if you choose the method of teaching crying in your sleep, you are bound to cry for a long time. Depending on the intensity, this may or may not be difficult to overcome.
He may take longer to fall asleep than a less demanding child simply because they are more aware of the room. Therefore, babies who are more receptive need to be put to bed at least 10-15 minutes earlier so they can relax.