Question: my baby wants to sleep over me,on my chest at least fr 2 to 3 hrs,does it cause any problem to her and I'm using pro pregnancy belt around my belly will it help to reduce belly fat,if not wt should I do to reduce and fr hw many months should I wear around my belly
Answer: Making the baby sleep on the stomach or side.
Putting the baby to sleep on soft surfaces such as mattress, sofa, waterbed, pillow, or lamb’s wool, either with or without a parent.
Healthy babies born full-time should be placed on their backs for naps, short periods of rest, and sleep at night.
Several theories discourage parents from making a baby sleep on the stomach because:
It could put pressure on a baby’s jaw reducing the airway and restricting breath.
If the baby sleeps on the stomach i.e., in the prone position, he may be lying with his face very close to the sheets and keeps breathing the same air.
The baby could suffocate if he sleeps on stomach on a very soft mattress.
He could breathe in microbes present on the mattress. so avoid your babby sleeping like that...