How To Close Safely With Newborn Baby Avoid Risks

How To Close Safely With Newborn Baby Avoid Risks

Introduction Of How To Close Safely With Newborn Baby Avoid Risks

How To Close Safely With Newborn Baby Avoid Risks. First I want to talk to you that co-sleeping these myths or this accurate information is closely related to although we call sudden infant death that’s why it has So many detractors, the truth is that co-sleeping well done is completely sure but of course what the sudden death of the infant told you something so atrocious that draws so much attention and that death has no turning back sudden infant is the death of the newborn with an unexplained cause during sleep in the first 12 months of life as I told you this moment It has not been found why this happens, what we do know is that there are several factors.

That it is a multifactorial syndrome that is to say that a series of things for this baby to suffer sudden

That prevent or can prevent this from happening and there are many studies that when carried out This baby who has died due to sudden infant death is explained that it is a multifactorial syndrome that is to say that a series of things for this baby to suffer sudden infant death with this article I do not want to alarm or simply want to reinforce the idea that the co-sleeping and the fact is very safe and that is why I want to talk to you about what a safe school and that you have to avoid as I said at the beginning, school is share a bed with mom I say mom because really the school of mediaset baby in the corner mom and then the couple on the other side of mom.

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Whenever the baby has a barrier and be safe and doesn’t fall out of bed there are a number of cribs at our disposal such as the sidecar crib or cribs In fact, they are wrongly called. Co-sleeping is coming from an English term that is like sleeping and is sleeping with someone and there are cribs like you said he lowers the barrier and sticks to mommy’s bed next to mommy so that the baby, although he does not share a bed, sleeps in his own space but well close to mom so.

I want you to be clear about this even though we call I co-cope with everything but to get it into technicalities I just explain that what I am going to talk about now are the protective factors and protective factors or factors that can help prevent sudden death I am not inventing the infant, they are protective factors taken from the who of the scientific evidence some perhaps the shocks but I reiterate that this the scientific evidence says in the first place we should avoid connecting with infants under 3 months as well as infants with some type of pathology or with babies born with low weight Furthermore, the clinical guidelines tell us.

That co-sleeping should be performed or is a protective factor with infants

That co-sleeping should be performed or is a protective factor with infants who are breastfed exclusive and here it is true that I can professionally disagree I know many moms who carry out a college or insurance giving artificial breastfeeding but like everything I want to spend on subjective factors but 100% objectivity what the clinical guidelines tell us babies who take Breastfeeding would be a protective agent against the love of your life from infant versus a baby who drinks formula milk that would not be advised to carry it out something super important is sleeping on your back almost that it should have said it is like the first point new protective factors in Many articles have talked about.

How to put a baby to bed because also leaving in suggested articles super useful information than an information appointment but always always always the baby must be what we carry technically supine that is face up here surely you gossip They will say that, of course, the plagiocephaly or the baby can flat head I emphasize the same thing again if we put the risk-benefit that weighs more a baby whose head may be flattened or a baby is at risk of death from being placed on his tummy that could suffocate really in addition to the baby we can enhance its verticality of the rest of the day we can play with the bearing able to hold it in our arms.

So there we would release that pressure that is generated in the ok super situation It is also important that co-sleeping is avoided above all if the parents are alcoholics or are under the influence of alcohol drug addicts effects of drugs there is maternal or paternal obesity or any type of diseases such as epilepsy, narcolepsy or any disease that makes it impossible to getting up or being alert to for example feed this baby we also take into account extreme exhaustion when a delivery has been traumatic when there have been insidious shows for many days.

I always tell you it is important to take care of yourself to pretend to take care

When the mother is not well, it is a bit crazy to want to collect was probably need a few hours or a few days off we already know that sleep is a basic need not only for the baby but also for Mom and I always tell you it is important to take care of yourself to pretend to take care if you do not you take care of yourself you will not be able to take care of your baby so rest we will avoid that extreme exhaustion so we can take good care of our super baby It is important to choose a firm mattress if your mattress is old.

It is soft is an air or water mattress is not a candidate mattress for a college or insurance as we must avoid covering the baby with duvets Nordic since we already know that thermo babies regulate much worse than we are in the end immature humans who have just being born and thermoregulate worse, so if we wrap them up on top we overcoat them with a duvet, for example, we can increase the probability of sudden infant death another protective factor according to the evidence scientific is the course of the pacifier here there is that absolute controversy between already Paula.

But is that if we put the pacifier to prevent sudden death of the infant is going to get interference to this nipple and we are going to hinder breastfeeding effectively here there are no blacks and whites at the end in the parenting as well as in pregnancy the grayscale is very wide you with the information you choose what you want to do but the evidence indeed tells us that the pulse of the pacifier is a protective factor I explain it to you as well as broad non-technical features.

When a baby is sleeping and has a pacifier in the mouth this suction

When a baby is sleeping and has a pacifier in the mouth this suction is going to make me have a micro awakening This does not mean that the baby wakes up but that this phase of deep sleep hostage is slightly altered by that micro awakening caused by the sucking on the pacifier, this means that if the baby is entering that pattern in that multi-factor that we spoke at the beginning by example hypoglycemia or even if he is lethargic dow this micro awakening will be enough for the baby to get out of that vicious circle and demand what you need or you have heat or activity in something glycemic you want to eat whatever it is for a long time.

But for that reason it is a protective factor it is also super you must avoid the use of muslin buckles dudus ties pacifiers with chains the bed must be free and clear and as the safe co-sleeping is baby always protected the end of the bed that can not have mom falls by her side and the partner in case there is her by mom’s side in the case that you are going to carry out the school in a sidecar the cradle attached to the next to mom’s side it is very important.

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