The baby’s brain is growing from birth due to incomplete birth. At the time of birth, the human brain has 100 million brain transplants, which in one year reaches 100 billion. Brain stimulation and individual experiences play an essential role in the development of the infant’s brain. The baby’s brain is one-third that of an adult at birth and grows by one percent a day from birth to the third month; From the third month, brain growth slows by four percent and then reaches half of the adult brain. The effects of what happens in the prenatal period or during the first months and years of a baby’s life can last a lifetime.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is the untimely death of infants, which usually occurs between birth and four months of age, which occurs in sleep without any prior medical prediction and without any complication in the infant’s body. This syndrome accounts for 35 to 50 percent of deaths in children under one year of age. The cause of this disease has not been determined to date. The probability of developing this syndrome is one in 1000 children.
How to prevent sudden infant death syndrome:
- Be sure to put your baby to sleep on his back.
- The mother should not be a smoker and no one should smoke in the house.
- The baby should not sleep in a soft place like an adult mattress.
- The baby should be breastfed.
- Do not cover the baby with a blanket.
- Research by Swedish scientists in 2015 showed that infants are prevented from
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome It is best to sleep in your own bed.
- Sucking a pacifier helps prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome