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Why is a ventilated mattress so important?

Of primary importance when purchasing a baby mattress is the selection of a "breathing mattress". Most of you have surely already read about these or heard of them. But why is this the case, and what is really important here?

The combination of air-permeable mattress covers and ventilation systems in the mattress core ensure that your baby can breathe freely and does not sweat in their bed. Air channels and breathable materials cause the air within the mattress to circulate. CO2 exhaled by the baby is transported away, and unhealthy heat accumulations are avoided.

What is the connection between baby mattresses and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

The selection of the right sleeping environment - and therefore also the selection of the mattress - is repeatedly said to be connected with sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). It is assumed that the bed and a suitable mattress can minimise the risk of SIDS if this permits sufficient air circulation. Many experts suspect that excessive amounts of inhaled CO2 increase the risk of SIDS. This risk is generated when the baby cannot breathe freely. Because, for example, something is lying slightly in front of or over their face, and the exhaled air cannot dissipate sufficiently. The already-consumed air is then inhaled again by the baby and thus prevents a supply of fresh air. Also lambskins, pillows, bumpers and cuddly toys represent a risk factor for SIDS - therefore these should be avoided during the first months of life and should not be left lying in the baby's bed.

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