The Truth About Tummy Sleeping

When you’re a new parent there’s a lot of information to get your head around, including baby sleep safety.

Fortunately, we now know there are a few different baby sleep positions which significantly increases the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which is the leading cause of death in babies between 1 month and 1 year old.

In this video I cover what the safest baby sleep position is, as well as, what sleeping positions increase the risk of SIDS and why they’re not the safest option.

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00:00 – 01:11 – Intro
01:12 – 02:54 – Sleep Position #1 (Baby Sleeping On Their Back)
02:55 – 04:17 – Sleep Position #2 (Baby Sleeping On Their Tummy)
04:18 – 04:33 – Sleep Position #3 (Baby Sleeping On Their Side)
04:34 – 05:18 – Sleep Position #4 (Baby Swapping Between Back Sleeping and Tummy Sleeping)

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