Why Wait 20 Seconds For An Alert?

As producers of baby breathing and movement monitors, we’re often asked why our devices are designed to wait 20 seconds to alert parents and caregivers to a cessation of breathing. Why not, concerned parents ask, alert at 5 seconds or 10 seconds? In order to explain this, we have to look at what we know […]

Prematurity 101 For Prematurity Awareness Month

Once you’re pregnant, one of the things you guard against is preterm delivery. All moms want is to keep their baby baking for as long as they need, typically upwards of 37 weeks. But since there’s a lot that’s outside of anyone’s control, preterm or premature babies are born all the time. A few years […]

Differences Between A Snuza Hero SE And Hero MD Monitor

The day you bring your first tiny baby home can be one of the most nerve-wracking of your life. After a few days in the hospital, you’re suddenly responsible for the life of this small, vulnerable, oh-so-precious little thing. A baby breathing monitor can help ease your nervousness, especially in the first few months.    […]

Partnership Between Snuza And The Lullaby Trust

We are delighted to announce a partnership with The Lullaby Trust, the leading charity for the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and support for parents bereaved by the sudden unexpected death of a baby. The Lullaby Trust (formerly FSID) promotes infant health and disseminates information on infant health, babycare and sudden infant deaths […]

What You Need To Know About SIDS And Breathing Monitors

SIDS is the leading cause of death of babies between 1 month and 1 year of age. It’s indiscriminate, it’s silent and it’s devastating. It doesn’t target anyone. It can happen to happy, adorable, seemingly healthy babies and, as most new parents can imagine, is a life-altering event that you wouldn’t wish on your worst […]

Best Sleep Positions For Your Baby

Ah, sleep. When you’re in the trenches with a newborn, it can feel like the only thing you think, talk and (day)dream about is sleep. Mostly the sleep that you’re not getting, but also your baby’s sleep. Baby sleep is very different from child and adult sleep, and it can be quite a steep learning […]

Safe Sleeping Techniques For Your Baby

One of the first things you think about when you’re pregnant, especially as a working parent, is who will care for your baby when you go back to work. If you’ve already decided to go back to work, you’re probably going to have to choose between a nanny or a group daycare. Whichever you choose, […]

Is it Time to Change “Conventional Wisdom” on SIDS and Breathing Monitors?

SIDS is the leading cause of death of babies between 1 month and 1 year of age. It’s indiscriminate, it’s silent and it’s devastating. It doesn’t target anyone. It can happen to happy, adorable, seemingly healthy babies and, as most new parents can imagine, is a life-altering event that you wouldn’t wish on your worst […]