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For nine months, your baby has been super snug in your womb and this is their normal. Swaddling reciprocates this feeling. With a lot of movement restricted there, transitioning to the world is a big adjustment, for you both. Creating a similar ‘womb-like’ feeling and environment for your baby can be calming and help them settle to sleep.
It keeps them cozy, warm and helps them associate nap and bedtime. From birth it's important to establish a good sleep routine. Swaddling among white noise and a dark room helps create a womb like environment. I have found consistency is key when establishing your routine.
Babies are not used to having their arms so freely about. They have a shock reflex for the first few months. This can often startle babies and wake them up from precious sleep and swaddling them firmly reduces the chances of this.
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