Swaddling is the art of tightly wrapping a baby in a blanket for warmth and security. It can keep your baby from being disturbed by jerky movements caused by startle reflex, and they also help her stay warm and cozy for the first few days of life until her internal thermostat starts working. It may even help to calm your baby.
Baby Swaddle Wraps are really important for your newborn because they can emulate the way your baby feels when she is inside the womb nice, tight, cozy and secure. You should swaddle your newborn because it is said that it is disorienting for the baby to feel as if she can move around freely.
No hindrance in sleep
Baby Swaddle Wraps can keep your baby from being distracted by her own startle reflex while she is sleeping, and it can help her stay warm and cozy for the first few days of life until her internal thermostat starts working. It may even help to calm your baby by keeping her body at the optimum temperature.
Baby Swaddle Wraps are essential for your newborn because they help your baby fall asleep easily and make him stay asleep longer by providing him the environment closest to a womb. A 2002 study at Washington University found that swaddled babies slept better and longer compared with babies who were not swaddled.
These help parents too, when baby sleeps more, mom and dad sleep more.
Swaddling creates a modest pressure around your baby's body, which will give him a sense of security and safety. The sensation mimics the pressure he once felt in your womb (uterus). It may help to encourage your baby to sleep. A perfect baby swaddle wrap will keep your baby at moderate temperature and prevents your newborn from overheating, which can lead to serious medical complications,
Good quality baby swaddles are accurately designed and engineered to provide your baby the ambiance identical to the womb and hence make your baby feel comfortable and safe. A perfect its mimics touch and it makes your baby feel that her mother is with him all the time and makes your newborn feel safe and secure.
Protection against SIDS “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome”
Babies who sleep on their stomachs are at higher risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). For that sake, babies should always sleep on their backs not tummies. A properly swaddled newborn, with their face up, will be less likely to end up on their tummy. A perfect wraps will help your baby keep tightened and it will prevent your baby from flipping over and eliminating SIDS.
A bad swaddle can allow your baby to move around and rolling into a dangerous position (into a pillow, against a wall or onto the stomach).Which can cause suffocation and sudden Infant death syndrome. Whereas a perfect baby swaddle will reduce the chances of your baby rolling into a dangerous position.