Warning! Swaddling Infants Increases The Risks Of SIDS

May 10, 2016 at 12:03 pm |
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Swaddling can lead to SIDS

I’m sure the majority of us has done it in the past or know someone who’s done it, too. When my children were newborn babies, swaddling them was not only recommended by the nurses at the hospital, but also the best way to get them to fall asleep at the time. I can remember one nurse telling me that keeping the baby all swaddled and tight will make them feel like they are still in their safe place in their mother’s womb.

Yet, there’s an alarming report that says swaddling infants can increase the risks of sudden infant death syndrome!

Find out the SAFEST way to do it here.

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Babies who were swaddled were 50 to 60 percent more likely to die of SIDS. Find out how to do it the right way.

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