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Tips on keeping your baby warm and safe during the winter.

Keeping a baby warm during the night in the winter is an important task for any parent. There are many ways  that can help ensure your baby stays warm and comfortable throughout the night.

 

  1. First and foremost, it is important to make sure that your baby's sleeping environment is at the appropriate temperature. The NHS advice is that the room temperature for a baby's sleeping area should be between 16-20 degrees celsius. This can be easily achieved by using a thermostat or a room thermometer to monitor the temperature.
  2. Another important tip is to dress your baby in appropriate sleepwear. Avoid dressing your baby in heavy clothing or heavy blankets as this may cause them to overheat and avoid using a hat. The head is important for maintaining body temperature through releasing heat.
  3. Use a baby mattress that's firm, flat, well-fitting, clean and waterproof on the outside – cover the mattress with a single sheet and do not use duvets, quilts, baby nests, wedges, bedding rolls or pillows
  4. Another effective way to keep your baby warm during the night is by using a baby sleeping bag or swaddle. These are specially designed bags that are worn over a baby's pyjamas and provide a warm and snug sleeping environment. They also reduce the risk of SIDS by eliminating the need for loose blankets in the crib.
  5. Lastly, it's advisable to try and monitor your baby's temperature throughout the night. Signs of overheating include sweating, damp hair, and a warm chest. If you notice any of these signs, remove a layer of clothing or adjust the room temperature to prevent overheating.

In summary, keeping a baby warm during the night in the winter is crucial for their comfort and safety. By ensuring the room temperature is appropriate, dressing your baby in appropriate clothes, using a proper sleeping surface, using a baby sleeping bag and monitoring your baby's temperature throughout the night are all good ways to keep your baby safe during the winter time especially.