At Jaxs and Co we believe that keeping your baby safe while sleeping is of utmost importance.
Here are a few simple steps to remember when putting your baby to sleep:
1. Always sleep baby on their back, from birth. Not on their tummy or side.
2. Keep babies face and head clear from blankets, toys, pillows or anything else that may cause suffocation.
3. Always keep baby in a smoke free environment.
SIDS risk factors
Familiarise yourself with SIDS risk factors to keep baby safe while sleeping. Sleep baby on their back and avoid overheating. Create a smokefree, safe sleep environment. For more information, please visit www.sidsandkids.org.nz
Support Healthy development of the hips
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip or DDH is generally the preferred term for babies and children with hip dysplasia since this condition can develop after birth. DDH is a medical term for general instability, or looseness, of the hip joint. Our Angel Sleep Sacks are designed with a wide sack shaped bottom, which lets baby sleep with their legs in the natural 'frog-like' position.
For more information on hip dysplasia and anything else relating to babies and children's hip health, please visit www.hipdysplasia.org
**This information is not medical or allied health professional advice. Further, no cure or treatment for disease is offered on this website. Jaxs and Co recommends you seek professional advice for your's and your child's individual needs.