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Facilitating nasal breathing in infancy

Infants cannot breathe through their mouth. That is why it is very important to maintain nasal breathing as babies cannot breathe, sleep or eat with a clogged nose.

 

Newborns can only breathe through their noses till the age of 6 months. They cannot breathe properly with a clogged nose so the satisfactory oxygen-supply is not secured.

 

They don’t get enough air through their mouth so they cannot sleep soundly, suck their dummy or suckle.

 

As parents, it is our responsibility to secure the nasal breathing because babies cannot blow their nose. By aspirating the nose, we free the airways and provide for the conditions of a peaceful rest and nourishment.

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