Thanks to the enveloping shape of the ergonomic nest, your baby lies in a semi-foetal position, which helps to reassure baby and promotes deep sleep.
The contact of baby's shoulders and arms against the cocoon limits the effect of the Moro ('startle') reflex, preventing unnecessary disturbances during your baby's natural sleep cycles.
Freedom of head movement prevents plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome).
The cocoon's slightly inclined position helps prevent and relieve symptoms of gastric reflux and colic, while the positioning of the hips and knees is ideal for baby's physical development.
When baby is awake, the slight incline also encourages interaction between you and your baby, as they don't stare directly up at the ceiling.
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