Several studies show that the back sleeping position increases a baby’s risk of reflux and spitting up which is often very uncomfortable for babies. There has also been an increase in babies with flat head since the back-to-sleep campaign was started.Baby Sleep Basics
Placing babies to sleep on their backs significantly reduces their risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death)
Unfortunately, most babies don’t like sleeping on their back.
Several studies show that the inclined sleeping position decreases reflux. Most pregnant women already know their heartburn improves when they sleep slanted and propped on a pillow than when sleeping flat. This is why doctors recommend sleeping wedges for baby’s with severe reflux.
All loving mothers who care about their babies comfort and safety can now get the peace of mind that comes with safe baby sleep.How it works