There are bed wedges for Acid Reflux for sleeping and then there are mattress wedges, which make for a better sleeping experience. There are a number of things to think about before purchasing a wedge for Acid Reflux. Are you a back sleeper, a side sleeper, a stomach sleeper, a combination sleeper, and/or a tosser and turner? Let’s examine each one separately and discuss the pros and cons of each. Bed Wedge for Nighttime Acid Reflux vs. Mattress Wedge for Nighttime Acid Reflux BED WEDGE FOR ACID REFLUX:
We work with so many families who have a baby with reflux, so we’ve learned a thing or two about how to help alleviate infant reflux symptoms, and to help babies with reflux sleep soundly.
You’ll also want to be realistic in your feeding expectations, if your baby has reflux. Remember, babies with reflux need to eat smaller, more frequent meals. So it may not be realistic for you to expect a with reflux to sleep 10 straight hours through the night! Instead, plan for more frequent feedings – and plan to a bit later than average, as well. We often find that babies with reflux continue needing night feedings longer.
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