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Tips To Help Prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome?

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The senses of parents warned:

Parents can monitor their children if they sleep nearby and can be alerted if the baby makes a strange noise or cries, so they can be treated immediately, can also save them, instead of Let children sleep alone in another room.

Comfortable area for babies

As an infant or before a year, babies may feel more secure if they are not alone and feel physically comfortable with a close person to take care of them.

Private sleeping space:

Parents and babies are advised not to share a bed or sleeping space because adult beds are not for babies, including the danger of blankets, pillows and blankets that may accidentally lie on the baby. , also from the body of the parents themselves. It is better if children are kept in a crib in the same room.

Baby’s sleeping surface:

The baby is better in a crib, not on a sofa or chair where they can fall down. They should also be placed on their backs on a solid sleeping surface that provides full back support, with a fitted plate, not a plate that can be opened when rolling. There should also be no pillows, blankets and bedroom furniture in a crib, which can make them feel too hot or suffocate.

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1 month ago

Not vaccinating your baby can prevent SIDS.

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