Placing babies to sleep on their backs significantly reduces their risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death)
Most babies are uncomfortable sleeping on their back.
Sleeping on their back increases your baby's risk of a flat head.
The back sleeping position increases your baby’s risk of reflux and spitting up during sleep.
Several studies show that the slanted sleeping position decreases 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.
The research backs our beliefs.