Since babies started sleeping on their backs, there has been an expontial increase in babies developing Flat Head Syndrome, also known as plagiocephaly and brachycephaly, conditions that can cause temporary or even permanent disfiguring of a baby’s head. This can cause flattening on the back of the head, and even push the top of the head into a cone shape. It can also cause the forehead to bulge out on one side, one ear to shift forward, and change the features of your baby’s face.
The consequences can be devastating, a permanent deformity that causes adults to stare and other children to make fun of, or even bully, the affected child. Helmets won’t fit the child correctly, and because helmets are required for so many sports and activities, this can jepoardize the safety of your child. If you wait too long, it can be too late.
Children with head flattening are at high risk for:
learning and developmental delays
orthodontic and TMJ problems
The good news is…there is an easy solution!
Is your infant at high risk for Flat Head Syndrome?
YES if your baby sleeps on his or her back
YES if your baby spends time each day in bouncers, rockers, swings, or carseats
YES if your baby usually turns their head to one side, especially while sleeping (also known as torticollis)
From a reader:
“I was very interested to read this book as have a friend whose son was diagnosed with the condition recently. I have a son already and another on the way and had never realized the importance of tummy time for them when so young. Will definitely take on board some of the advice and will be much more aware with number 2 if he has issues.
A clearly written book with a lot of information in an easy to read format, I have spent a lot of time trawling the internet looking for information about this condition but was amazed to find it all in one place.”
-Clare, Bristol, UK
You should read this book if any of the following applies to you…
you are expecting a baby or have a newborn and want to prevent this scary condition
you have a baby under one year old who already has flat spots on his or her head
you have a baby who has been diagnosed with one or more of the following conditions:
you are considering using a helmet for your baby to treat Flat Head Syndrome
I was a typical first time mom, and I tried so hard to do the right thing for my new baby boy. The scary thing is that I very nearly caused him permanent damage because of what I didn’t know. I believed the people who told me not to worry about the flat spot on my baby’s head, that no baby’s head is perfect, it will just go away on its own as he grows.
Well I found out later that it probably wouldn’t go away without treatment, but by that time it was almost too late. If he had not been treated before he was a year old, my son would have likely been left with a permanently misshapen head. And if I had just known how to prevent the problem in the first place, I might have saved thousands of dollars and my son may not have had to wear a baby helmet.
I didn’t realize how severe my son’s head flattening had become until it was almost too late. One day I looked down at his head from above and saw that his forehead was bulging out and one of his ears had actually shifted forward! Can you imagine my horror?
People, including my parents and pediatrician, still said not to worry, it would go away as he gets older. The problem is, nobody knows how much. What everyone had dismissed as a mild cosmetic problem turned out to be a severe case of Flat Head Syndrome (actually a combination of two conditions known as brachycephaly and plagiocephaly). He was also late in reaching normal developmental milestones such as rolling over, sitting up, and crawling.
I read the stories of many other parents on online discussion boards, and some of them were enough to break your heart. Parents who were told not to worry about their baby’s misshapen head, only to realize later that it was not getting better, or the improvement wasn’t enough, when it was already too late to do anything about it. There is only a short window of time to fix this problem, when a baby is young and the skull is still soft. There were parents who just cried every time they bathed their child and the flat spots were even more obvious. There were parents who feared their children would be teased or even bullied at school because of their funny looking head. Children can be so cruel to other kids who do not look normal. The saddest part is that these parents felt guilty every single day when they looked at their precious children because they didn’t know enough to do anything to treat the problem before it was too late. I didn’t want my son to be disfigured because I didn’t do something to prevent it.
I want to share all the valuable information I’ve learned with other parents.
Here are just some of the things you will learn in this ebook:
- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – how to lower your baby’s risk
- What the latest research says about Flat Head Syndrome
- Techniques to prevent developmental delays in your baby
- Tummy Time, how to do it, and why it’s so important
- Strategies to make your baby love tummy time!
- 4 repositioning techniques to prevent pressure on the baby’s soft head, with examples
- What are the different types of Flat Head Syndrome and how you can recognize them
- What is torticollis, how can you tell if your baby might have it, and how is it treated?
- How to know if your baby needs a helmet
- What different types of helmets are available
- How to choose a helmet manufacturer
- How to deal with insurance companies and appeal the decision if your claim is denied
- What to expect if your baby has to wear a helmet
Together with this book, you will also get THREE great bonuses to make your life as a Mom easier and to help keep your precious little one from having any of the problems associated with this condition!
Record your baby’s milestones (such as rolling, crawling, and walking) to share with your pediatrician and keep track so you will never forget these precious moments! Tracks your baby’s development against the average age range. Value $11
Daily activity log to track developmental activities that you or your childcare provider do with your baby.
Can be used by parents or other childcare providers to track daily feedings, naps, playtime activities, and more. Designed specifically for babies at risk for flat head syndrome. Make sure your baby is getting enough of the key activities that will ensure healthy development! Value $12
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