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Baby Carrying: No matter what and how we use it!


In 2010, three babies claimed international and domestic cheese as a tragic death. The baby's fish can be tied to the use of a certain sack-like carry device.

It is not true that carrying a baby is dangerous - just no matter what and how we use it!

In tragic accidents, articles and news stories have warned about the potential dangers of carrying a baby and more have called into question the safety of carrying a baby.Thousands of years of experience And several decades scientific research proves that portability is a baby's elementary need, it is safe for babies and the person carrying it, if it is the right tool for carrying it, and for its intended use - writes Anikássi, who writes in the article submitted to HomePatika.com.

What are the right baby carrier tools?

Before buying baby carrier, it is advisable thoroughly overgrownto see if the tool you pick is the highest quality requirementsboth in terms of design and production. In a proper carry device, the baby's head, back, spine, and hips are supported as much as they need during their developmental phase.
The German "Eco-body" magazine conducted a study on baby carriers in 1998. Twenty-eight handheld devices were tested, and all of them received the "recommended" rating. Among them, they were quite like carrying. (The problem with other handheld devices was, in the first place, that the different support options were not resolved.)
The carrycot is an ideal baby carrier that it is versatile From birth to 4 months of age for early childhood and monthly transport. As you can read on hordoznijo.hu, the proper carry of cloths can help your baby's healthy orthopedic, neurological and psychological development. Carrying babies will make your weekdays easier: transport, housework, and leisure activities.

How to wear properly?

Once you have selected the right device, you must pay attention to its intended and anatomically correct use!
  • Make sure your baby is in an upright position, high enough in the carrying device, and snugly close to your carrier. This posture provides free airways.
  • The baby's back wraps around your carry device so it keeps your spine in place (if tight enough).
  • If the baby does not hold the head, the carrier (cloth) should be supported on the box.
  • The baby's feet should be in a crouch, the knees bent. Your portable device should look from cantilever to cantilever, supporting your thighs, not just your butt! This position promotes healthy hip development.
  • The baby should always look up when you carry! Face-to-face portability is not good for the spine, the hips, and is more psychologically demanding.
  • Frontloading is recommended for up to 4 months. If the baby reaches a weight of 5 to 7 pounds, then carrying it on the hips and back is recommended for the health of the carrier person - the expert advises.

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