Reduce and redistribute the pressure evenly by rotating the head positions when lying on the back to sleep

To prevent constant pressure acting on any particular side of the soft skull, rotate the head positions when sleeping on the back. This helps to reduce and redistribute the pressure

Baby should be placed to sleep on their backs for the prevention of SIDS. Supine sleeping (back to sleep) is 6 times safer then prone sleeping (on tummy).

Put your baby at opposite ends of the crib each night to encourage baby to face to both directions.

  • Place brightly-colored crib safe toys next to his crib to attract his/her attention and help him/her turn his/her head in a different direction each night
  • If your baby prefers to fall asleep while facing you, and then change your position each night so his/her head does not rest on the same side.