While experts still do not know what causes SIDS, there are specific recommendations from the Consumer Product Safety Commission to reduce risk factors associated with SIDS. Experts advise parents to not use pillows or loose covers in the crib, to lay the baby on a single, tightly-fitted sheet, and to always place babies to sleep on their backs. Experts from Holland also recommend the use of a baby sleeping bag, like the LullaBag, to ensure that covers cannot rise up around the baby’s face and mouth.
How does the LullaBag help reduce risk factors associated with SIDS?
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- What should my baby wear when sleeping in the LullaBag?
- What other bedding should I use with my LullaBag?
- How does the Lullabag help babies sleep better?
- When should my baby move up from the small to the large LullaBag?
- Why doesn’t the LullaBag have sleeves? Won’t my baby get cold?
- At what age should my baby begin to use a LullaBag?
- How should I wash and care for my LullaBag?
- How many Lullabags should I buy?