General facts about SIDS:
Even though the exact reason for the occurrence of SIDS is still unknown, the examples show that the children most commonly die due to suffocation while asleep. According to the statistics, there are around 3500 deaths of infants from SIDS every year in the United States. This type of syndrome usually occurs among six months old children.
Moreover, this can also occur as a result of some apparatus in the sleeping area near children like furnishings, soft pillows, little parts, toys, and many other things. Due to asphyxia, they can block the breathing passages.
Nevertheless, there is yet another reason. For instance, a certain genetic defect that the child may be born with can obstruct the vulnerable nasal passages and cause difficulty breathing. The mothers can also fall asleep during breast-feeding due to tiredness which can lead to the death of the infant as well.
Will Sharing the Same Room Keep the SIDS Away?In this article we will present you a few theoretical views which can be very effective:
The Parents Are More Alert
The parents are more alert when they are closer to their children. For instance, they can keep an eye on the baby whether it is crying or making some strange noises and they can immediately react in order to save their baby’s life.
Babies Are More Comfortable
When the babies are not left alone in the room, they feel safer and the sense of paren’t presence will make them comfortable.
Be Cautious When Sharing a Room
- Separate Sleeping Beds
- The Baby Sleeping Surface
- Breastfeeding Zone