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SIDS – Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

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Causes and prevention SIDS is the abbreviation for "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome" and the nightmare of all parents: when their apparently completely healthy baby or infant dies unexpectedly without any discernible cause. SIDS usually affects infants in the first few months of life. What almost all cases have in common is that the child dies in its sleep. Here you can find out the potential reasons for sudden infant death syndrome and some preventive measures you can take to keep your baby safe. Facts about SIDS SIDS was defined for the first time in 1969 as "the sudden death of...

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How to soothe a crying baby

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Causes and calming methods The baby is finally here, the joy is great, but then – the little one screams. Constantly. It’s no wonder, then, when you start feel less heartfelt love and more despair. Why does it scream? What am I doing wrong? How can I end this situation or make it easier for everyone? Why is my baby screaming? A newborn baby has a very limited repertoire of expressions – crying is one of them. These noisy reminders can mean many things:  Physical causes    Hunger  Thirst  Pain: we often talk about "three-month colic". What is meant by this is that...

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Sleep disruption in babies and toddlers

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Information & tips for baby sleep Sleep – or rather a lack of it – is one of the biggest issues for parents. It’s no wonder that if the child sleeps badly, the parents also lack a restful recovery phase at night. The problems can be far-reaching, and sleep deprivation can eventually even lead to depression. At what point do babies and toddlers start to suffer from sleep disorders? And what can you do about it? Sleep in babies During the first month after birth, the sleep pattern of newborn babies is usually the same as it was in the womb. Only...

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Seven Important Questions about Baby Sleep

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How you can support the development of the sleep pattern One of the topics for new parents is sleeping or not sleeping. "Not sleeping" is not actually accurate: the little ones usually just sleep at the "wrong time". Find out here how babies' sleep patterns develop and what you can do to help your baby sleep! 1. How much sleep do newborns and babies need? On average, babies sleep for 16 hours or more a day. However, like many things, sleep patterns and requirements are very individual. Initially, babies usually sleep for shorter periods of two up to a maximum of four...

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Postnatal period: puerperium

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With MAM Expert Clare Byam-Cook After months of waiting, your baby has finally arrived. It’s an exciting time and there is so much parents need to get used to, including the changes that happen to the mother’s body after giving birth. MAM Expert Clare Byam-Cook, midwife and breastfeeding expert, shared her experience and expertise with us on a subject that concern all new mothers. “The 6-8 week period after giving birth is referred to among professionals as the ‘puerperium’. This is really just a fancy word for the time during which your body gradually returns to its pre-pregnancy condition.”   How your body...

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