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Replying to @leebeewhat when baby is positioned with their feet to the foot of the crib, cot, moses basket or sleep space, it means that they will be less likely to be able to wriggle down underneath the blanket which could then lead to your baby overheating. ⚠️ if baby overheats is can increase the risk of SIDS 😔. A baby sleeping bag is always a great safe option #safersleepweek #mumsoftiktok #sids #lullabytrust #safesleepawareness #newparents #babies #parentsoftiktok #SIDS
The Lullaby Trust advises parents on how to co-sleep more safely: 
Keep pillows and adult bedding away from your baby or any other items that could cover their head or cause them to overheat. A high proportion of babies who die as a result of SIDS are found with their head covered by loose bedding. 
Follow all The Lullaby Trust’s other safer sleep advice to reduce the risk of SIDS such as sleeping baby on their back 
To reduce the risk of accidents, do not bring other children or pets into bed with you. 
Make sure or check that your baby cannot be trapped, wedged or fall out of bed or get trapped between the mattress and the wall 
Never leave your baby unattended in an adult bed 
Never fall asleep on a sofa or armchair with your baby. The risk of SIDS is 50 times higher for babies when they sleep on a sofa or armchair with an adult. They are also at risk of accidental death as they can easily slip into a position where they are trapped and can’t breathe. 
Co-sleeping with your baby is very dangerous if: 
you or anyone in the bed has recently drunk any alcohol 
you or anyone in the bed smokes 
you or anyone in the bed has taken any drugs or medication that make you feel sleepy 
your baby was born prematurely (before 37 weeks of pregnancy) or weighed under 2.5kg or 5½ lbs when they were born
In these scenarios, it is always best to put baby in their own clear, flat, separate sleep space, such as a cot or Moses basket. Keeping the cot or Moses basket next to your bed might make this easier. credit thelullabytrust.org.uk
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