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Facilitating nasal breathing in infancy

Newborns can breathe only through their noses till they are several months old!


Why is it a problem?

When a baby has stuffy nose, they cannot breathe properly, 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. A stuffy nose in a baby is a struggle during night – when your child doesn’t sleep then neither do you.


What can you do?

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

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