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Laying baby on back or stomach?

Babies should only sleep on their backs & NEVER on their bellies. It has been found to dramatically reduce the risk for SIDS. You can do "tummy time" during the day with baby when you are near by to help strengthen those muscles.

SIDS stands for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, is the sudden and unexplained death of a baby under one year of age. Because many SIDS babies are found in their cribs, some people call SIDS "crib death." But cribs do not cause SIDS.

Most SIDS deaths occur in babies who are between 2 and 4 months old. More SIDS deaths occur in colder months. Babies placed to sleep on their stomachs are much more likely to die of SIDS than babies placed on their backs to sleep.

One of the best ways to lower the risk of SIDS is to put your baby on his or her back to sleep, even for naps. This is new advice. Until a few years ago, doctors told mothers to place babies on their stomachs to sleep. If you have older children, your doctor may have told you that babies should sleep on their stomachs. But research now shows that fewer babies die of SIDS when they sleep on their backs.

The New Supreme Snuggle Nest with Incline takes your baby's comfort to the next level by offering two options for soothing sound: Brahms' Lullaby and Soothing Womb Sound by Pediasleep, with 5 levels of adjustable volume control.

The sturdy support walls are vented and enclosed in a soft quilted cover with breathable mesh panels for improved air-flow and a removable Incline Wedge helps relieve digestion and congestion problems, encouraging better sleep.

Back-Sleeping Positioners keep baby in the recommended sleeping position and a soft LED Nightlight enables easy checks throughout the night. Parents love it for co-sleeping, napping, travel, and also as a changing area.

 


 

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