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Monday, October 29, 2007

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Prevent Crib Death (Cot Death for UKers)

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Do Everything You Can to Prevent Crib Death!

It's MY Crisis and I'll Cry if I Need To addresses medical situations for every age. This blog, however, usually addresses more adult issues. Today we take a serious direction change to focus on a mysterious and terribly sad reality: Crib Death as it's known in North America, or Cot Death as it's known in the UK. The medical world calls it Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, SIDS for short.

It is when babies suddenly die without warning or previous illness. Caregivers find them lifeless in their strollers, cribs and cots. The nightmare is raw and deep. No warning cries from the beloved baby, no symptoms at all that anything bothered them. All that's left are undeserved feelings of guilt and an unending sadness.

A newish discovery might have the answers to solving the mystery and for preventing future infant deaths. It can help grieving people to absolve themselves of a crime they've never committed.

The source of the problem might be the baby's bedding! A combination of chemicals and fungus combine in a lethal mix of unseen, unsmelt gases that many people have not learned about. Unaware of the danger, many loving parents, grandparents, and other caregivers have placed children upon bedding that just might be killing them.

Read the compelling evidence about how to prevent these deaths at

http://www.preventcribdeath.com/

http://www.stopsidsnow.com/FactsAboutCribDeathSIDS.html

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,988842,00.html

and at www.healthychild.com/cribdeathcause.htm

Seek out safe, all-natural fiber infant bedding or safe protective covers for problematic mattresses.

Here are some possible outlets for your purchase:

www.eves-best.com/babesafe-mattress-covers.htm

www.mercola.com/2000/nov/26/sids_prevention.htm

www.babysake.com/

www.babyuniverse.co.nz/site/page=brandsearch/manufacturer=Babesafe

www.pharmacy2u.co.uk/details.asp?productid=BASMCP



To your happiness,

Yojeved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life.


3 comments:

chaim pekovic said...

While the scientist are still searching for a reason, baby alarm device can be used that is put under the mattress and start to alarm if baby stop breathing.

Anonymous said...

You are 100% correct. Baby monitors are an important part of the baby's bedding. Arguably the most important part! Yocheved

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