Pediatricians recommend elevating the head of the baby when it has an earache, cold, or acid reflux. For earaches, elevating the head, helps drain the build up fluids away from the eardrum, which relieves the pressure in the ear. With a cold or congestion, the elevation will help drain the congestion, which allows the baby to breath easier when it is lying down. With acid reflux, the elevation helps keeps your baby?s food from coming back up and out of the stomach.
Place up to three Baby Bed Blocks under each leg at the top of the baby?s crib. The flexibility of the blocks will help accommodate various elevations, so that you can adjust for the baby?s size and condition.
When not aiding a sick baby to sleep, the unique colourful design of the blocks allow them to be used as stacking play-toys.