Baby Protective Head Support
With the function of dampening and cushioning, our Baby Protective Head Support helps mitigate damage to the head when baby falls backwards. Worn by infants and toddlers when learning to crawl, sit and walk
Applicable Age: 7 – 15 Months
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Baby Protective Head Support Product Features:
- Designed to wear as a backpack
- Applicable Age: 7 – 15 Months
- Scope: Worn by infants and toddlers when learning to crawl, sit and walk
- Main Function: With the function of dampening and cushioning, our baby protective head support helps mitigate damage to the head when baby falls backwards. Babies tend to fall backwards more often than forwards when they first start to get mobile.
- Material: Facing & Lining: Cotton/Polyester | Fill: Breathable Multi-functional foaming material IXPE
The Baby Protective Head Support is Compact And Lightweight
Easily take it wherever you travel. Whether you go to friends and family that haven’t childproofed their house, the park or attractions, our baby safety pillow will keep your little one safe on the go.
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Learn What to Do in Case Your Child has a Head Injury
Article courtesy of: Ask Dr Sears
The skulls main function is to act as a protective helmet for the delicate brain found underneath it. Add to that, it is covered with a richly vascularized scalp, designed to withstand the hard bumps and bruises of childhood.
Understanding the difference between a skull injury and a brain injury is very important when it comes to head injuries. Most falls involve injury to the scalp only, which bleeds profusely if cut or forms a large swelling (goose egg) from broken blood vessels beneath the skin. Don’t be alarmed by how quickly these large bumps appear. They go down quickly with an ice pack and pressure. Bumps and bleeds are usually limited to a scalp injury and seldom indicate that the underlying brain has been injured.
Here are some tips to help you get through this minor head injury. (…Read more)