Crown Baby Shaping Pillow
If a baby develops a lasting flat spot, either on one side or the back of the head, it could be flat head syndrome, also called positional plagiocephaly (pu-ZI-shu-nul play-jee-oh-SEF-uh-lee). Flat head syndrome usually happens when a baby sleeps in the same position most of the time or because of problems with the neck muscles.
For cases that may not be severe but need a little extra help, you can look into getting your baby a pillow specially designed for rounding out the shape of her head.
This is much less expensive than a baby helmet – which can run into thousands of dollars if not covered by insurance – and much more comfortable for your baby.
While most cases of positional plagiocephaly occur as the result of pressure on the baby’s head while sleeping, the American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend using a positioning pillow in the baby’s crib without supervision!
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