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parents need warnings about multiple sids risks, study says

by:OPeREAL     2019-08-20
More parents seem to have been given the information that their babies need to sleep up to reduce the risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
However, according to a new study published on Monday, they do not seem to know that multiple risk factors that occur at the same time will increase the risk of sids.
As early as 1994, a game called \"Back-to-
The introduction of \"sleep\" is to encourage parents to put their babies on their backs while they sleep to prevent SIDS, which is the main cause of infant death in 1 to 12 months.
Ten years later, the death rate in small islands was reduced by half.
Butround 2000 these rates are beginning to stabilize, and new research published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that this may be due to an increase in other risk factors for SIDS, such as beds
Share and let the baby sleep on adult mattresses and bedding.
The researchers studied the records of 568 SIDS babies in San Diego, California, who died from 1991 to 2008-
Before and After \"back\"to-
Sleep began.
Scientists want to know if the main risk factors of SIDS death have changed over time.
Experts know that when a baby sleeps on his or her stomach and shares a bed with someone, premature birth, if the mother --to-be smoked.
In this study, scientists found that the greatest risk of SIDS-stomach sleep-dropped sharply during the 17-year period, but the amount of bed --
Sharing doubled, especially for babies under 2 months.
Experts say that when children and others sleep in bed, the chances of dying from SIDS are double that of them.
If the baby is small (
Between 2 and 4 months)
These rates have risen sharply. \"Bed-
Sharing increases risk by 17 to 18 times [of SIDS]
If the baby is less than 2 or 3 months old, \"explains Rachel Moon, a pediatrician and SIDS researcher at the Washington Children\'s National Medical Center.
If parents sleep
Sharing and smoking, even if the baby is older than 3 months old, is 18 times more likely for the baby to have SIDS, Moon said.
This new study shows that parents need to be educated to expose their newborns to multiple simultaneous risks of SIDS risk factors, not just one.
It\'s not enough to just let your child sleep on his or her back.
These are also risk factors if your child hasn\'t arrived on his or her first birthday, sleeping with you, or sleeping on a soft blanket or mattress.
According to the study authors, \"risk reduction campaigns that emphasize the importance of avoiding multiple and simultaneous small island risks are essential . \".
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, SIDS takes the lives of about 2200 babies a year in the United States.
Most of the dead babies are between 2 and 4 months old.
Experts are still trying to find the reason, but think it has to do with abnormalities in the brain\'s ability to control breathing and wake up from sleep.
If these babies face down or blankets, pillows or other bedding get in the way of their breathing, it is unlikely they will wake up.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has the following suggestions for prevention of SIDS: -babies should always sleep on their backs-always using a solid sleeping surface-every baby should sleep in their own crib-take soft objects or loose bedding out of the crib.
No pillows, blankets or bumpers-avoid covering the baby\'s head or overheating-the baby should not sleep on the same sleeping surface as their parents-bring the baby to bed to hug and feed, however, send the baby back to his/her crib when you are ready to go back to bed-no baby wedge and locator should be used-women should breastfeed their baby-the baby should be immune (
According to the CDC, \"the study has concluded that vaccination is not a risk factor for SIDS \")
I am happy that this article highlights breastfeeding, but I would like to see statistical differences in SIDS between breastfeeding infants and those who do not.
Studies have shown that breastfeeding infants are about 60% less likely to die from SIDS than infants who do not receive breastfeeding.
This protective effect will increase the time of breastfeeding for infants if they are exclusively breastfed.
Here\'s a link: they didn\'t mention this, but there\'s a specially made cradle that lets your child have a safe place to sleep on the bed next to you.
We plan to use one for our next child, especially if I end up with another c-
Part, it\'s hard to buy the first in the morning.
More evidence shows who the parents are together
Stupid sleep!
If you\'re sleeping in bed with your child, you don\'t do anything to stop that child from dying-chances are you\'ll roll to the child and kill it while you\'re sleeping.
Try to live with your conscience for the rest of your life. . . no, thank you.
So be a responsible parent and let that child have his own bed.
Hannah: \"It\'s very likely that you\'ll kill it with your baby in your arms while you\'re sleeping.
\"In fact, given the common growth rate
Sleeping Around the world, chances are you won\'t turn over and kill your child.
Your statement is false.
In fact, Hannah, in your language, I think parents who are not cooperative
It\'s stupid to sleep.
A baby spent nine months in her mother\'s body-inspired by her heartbeat, rhythm and voice.
After they were born, they were completely new to the world, and it was cruel to put themselves in a crib or cradle.
It takes them out of everything they form and makes them feel comfortable and makes them live alone in a new world. Babies who co-
Because they are around their familiar surroundings, sleep is usually getting better and better.
They also often sleep better later in their lives because they did not experience the trauma and fear of being away from their mother for the first critical months.
As they mature and develop, it is usually easier to transfer them to their own beds, and there are fewer problems doing so. Co-
Sleep is very safe if it works, and for babies, it\'s a thousand times better emotionally.
This study and the conclusions drawn are flawed for many reasons, including the classification of sleep surfaces in adults (
Including obvious dangerous situations such as loose blankets, water beds, sofas)
See the details here: a real study is needed to compare the difference between sleep and safe sleep
Practice sleeping.
I totally agree with Christine.
We also need to look at why mortality in small islands is changing.
This may be related to diagnosis.
With the improvement of forensic science, it may just be that many cases that will obviously be classified as SIDS are now considered the result of shaking baby syndrome.
There are also new and few studies on SIDS and infant hearing tests (
Hearing impaired baby)
May affect breathing.
Really hope they can spend more research funding on newborn hearing impairment and potential relevance to SIDS.
Linda, you said, \"I\'m sorry you lost your little brother.
The baby does die in the crib, which is not the reason for the crib.
\"Babies also died in SIDS in their parents\' beds.
This also does not make parents a causal factor.
No matter where the baby sleeps, it may die from sids any night.
Risk factors are not causal, but your statement suggests that you treat them in this way.
\"In the best controlled study, the safety of the baby has nothing to do with whether the baby is sleeping on the parent\'s bed itself, but rather with specific environmental factors that need to be noted whether the baby is in bed, crib or other place to sleep
SIDS, for example, is related to prone to sleep posture, maternal smoking, soft mattresses and bedding near the baby that can cover the head.
Avoidable exceptions related to SIDS include the use of furniture that is particularly unsafe (e. g.
Sofa related to a 25-fold increase in SIDS risk)
Parents smoke or lose their ability to drink or take drugs.
\"-The US breastfeeding commission\'s report on this study does not break down whether the causal risk factors detailed in the previous study described above are broken down from the study data.
If you tell me I have a study that it is always safer for newborns to sit in a baby car seat than in a convertible seat, I would say what risk factors you have considered and ruled out.
Yes, the convertible seat is installed correctly, indicating the appropriate weight (
Baby must weigh more than 5 lbs)
And health considerations to follow.
Maybe this research has done this and CNN is not reporting it correctly (
Not the first time).
Research Data and conclusions are worthless before knowing this information.
Hannah, where do you think the baby sleeps except the US? S.
Those in Europe?
In the bed of the parents, there.
My husband is from India when we visit
Our son)
Using a crib is not considered an option at all.
No one will think of using it.
It is shocking that SIDS are unheard of in most countries with shared beds.
In India, it is common practice to prepare a bed large enough for parents, usually more than one child.
The difference is that beds in the United StatesS.
Very soft, we used a lot of blankets and pillows.
In India, there is a thin cushion and a blanket on the wooden bed frame, not a duvet or other fluffy bedding.
Having our kids with us means night care is much easier than other ways, everyone is sleeping, and when two kids are lying in bed and getting too messy, it was easy for them to move from our bed to their bed.
On the contrary, a big problem is that parents are not often taught the safe way to sleep.
If you have a soft surface or need a lot of covers, you shouldn\'t have children in bed.
If you sleep heavily, or take drugs and/or drink alcohol, don\'t let the child be with you.
This is simple common sense.
It is worth mentioning that we did not take our eldest son to bed until our son\'s pediatrician made it clear to recommend it.
At first he was a terrible sleeper, so she told us how it was safe to put our bed together and have him with us.
We followed her instructions and the first night we tried was the first night we all slept for months.
The article, as well as many others who like it, has been unaware of the reasons behind many parental decisions.
With our youngest child, we don\'t mean to make a bed, follow all the \"backs-
Suggestions for \"sleeping.
Unfortunately, even with full breastfeeding, he has a serious reflux problem and sleeps best on his stomach.
He wakes up every 20 minutes.
On his back for 30 minutes, but if he slept on his stomach, he would have been feeding for 3 hours in a row.
Sleeping up has a serious impact on him and us, such as lack of sleep and easy cold.
Also, once he is in the daycare, he makes a feeding schedule called reverse bike, and when he leaves me, he drinks very little breast milk in the bottle, but when you are at home, you often feed.
In order to make a difference at work, I had to sleep for a while, so he was with us most of the time, and when he was in the crib, he was on his stomach.
Thank you so much for our bed firmness and other factors to make aco-
Sleep safe.
It\'s easy to list all of these factors anyway, but in the real world there are other problems with families and babies themselves that force parents to choose.
Parents need to get information, but the way it is presented at the moment makes you feel like your choice is to do what they tell you otherwise your child will die.
What I find interesting is that up to 42% of parents admit to allowing their children to sleep, even before they turn over.
I believe many of them are facing the same problem as us, but because we like to humiliate parents who don\'t follow the rules, we dare not say anything.
I hope to see more research that will help parents make the best choices for their families.
The first baby lies on her stomach so that she does not suffocate, the second baby turns her head in the back, does not suffocate, the third baby lies on one side, with a wedge, the grandchildren just slept a blanket on their back and there was always a fan so bad air didn\'t have a chance to pile up.
I think the last suggestion is the best and the most meaningful.
But my first suggestion is not to take your child for granted and be vigilant.
Everything is important when it comes to your child.
Just curious if this was Leslie Wade who had worked at the National Academy of Sciences.
If so, well done.
You don\'t \"develop\" SIDS.
SIDS is the diagnosis of exclusion.
This is the cause of death, not the real pain or illness.
This article is misleading.
In addition, most babies who died in their parents\' beds died of suffocation.
SIDS and suffocation are two different causes of death.
I hope the media will clarify this matter.
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It seems that the surge in SIDS occurred when the baby received the first group of injections.
Please note that I have 5 children who are all vaccinated and I am just curious if any research has been done on the use of vaccines and SIDS.
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