Sudden infant death syndrome can be prevented by parents from these points.

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Sudden infant death syndrome can be prevented by parents from these points.

2019-01-22 17:29:36 168 ℃
< p > < br > breastfeeding can reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. The first reason is that breast-fed babies wake up half as easily as formula-fed babies. Although it's tiring to take care of them, it's better not to sleep too fast when talking about sudden infant death syndrome. The second reason is that the presence of antibodies and nutrition in breast milk can help babies fight respiratory and gastrointestinal tract infections, thereby reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. If breast-feeding is not possible for some reason, mothers need not blame themselves, because breast milk is not the only expression of maternal love.

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Baby nipple feeding can also help reduce the probability of sudden infant death syndrome, even up to 90%. It is speculated that the reasons include that eating a pacifier can help maintain airway patency or help regulate the autonomic nervous system during sleep.

Although the nipple often falls off as soon as it falls asleep, some studies have pointed out that it has the same protective effect. But other studies have shown that if babies are used to using pacifiers regularly, the risk of sudden death increases when they are not used suddenly.

Although there are reports that the use of pacifiers does not affect breast-feeding, some people still think so. Therefore, it is recommended that breast-fed babies should wait until they are on track before using pacifiers. If you choose to start with a mixed feeding baby, the sooner you use a pacifier, the better.

Pacifiers should also be used with care for safety, such as: rope should not be around the baby's neck, if the baby is asleep, also do not clip to clothes, in order to avoid the rope accidentally tied to the neck.

As for the eater, it is not yet determined whether it will have the same protective effect as the nipple.

No smoking or smoking in the environment of pregnant women or babies. In addition to premature birth or low birth weight, smoking among pregnant women also increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. In particular, infants who sleep in the same bed as adults who smoke are at high risk of sudden infant death syndrome, whether or not they smoke in bed.

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< p> When pregnant, alcohol should not be consumed, because it has adverse effects on the fetus. Whether drinking during pregnancy or within one year of the baby's birth, it increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.

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< p> If you can turn over, don't use a wrap

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< p> < p > < p > for baby. It can soothe and promote sleep, but two key points should be paid attention to:

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< p> As for the use of the scarf itself, it has not been proved that it can reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, regardless of whether the baby's hand is wrapped in the scarf or not. < p > < p > < / P > < / section > < / section > < / section > < section > < section > < section > < section > < img SRC = "/ 1ydzximg / 0L9M6btQzk"/> < / section > < / section > < section > < section > < section > < p > study points out that the probability of sudden infant death syndrome is relatively low for babies who are given timely preventive injection < / P > < p > < p >. But there may also be sampling errors, because often sick babies are more likely to delay vaccination. Therefore, as long as we keep up with the progress of preventive injections as possible, we do not have to reluctantly take preventive injections when we have a severe cold or fever, nor do we have to worry excessively because we neglect to take preventive injections carelessly.