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How to Keep Baby Safe: Momwilike Sleep Breathing Monitor for Infant Tracks Your Baby Movement

By: Issuewire

Track your baby’s breathing, movement and more with high-tech monitors

Cutler Ridge, Florida Sep 14, 2022 ( - Worrying about your baby while they sleep is a tried and true pastime of new parents everywhere. They have to wake up in the middle of the night to check on the infant's condition because they are worried that the infant will be overheated, sick from kicking the blankets or possibly choke. The parents will have a breakdown if they still driving themselves like this for a long time. Moreover, newborns should get 14-17 hours of sleep over a 24-hour period, says the National Sleep Foundation. Some newborns may sleep up to 18-19 hours a day. Parents can't stay with their babies all the time, who can alert them when their baby is out of sorts?

In fact, such problems are perfectly solvable with Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor!

What is Momwilike Baby Sleep Breathing Monitor?

Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor is an artificial intelligence device designed for the safety of baby sleep breathing. It can monitor the baby's breathing and sleep dynamics in real-time, and connect to Bluetooth to transmit the monitoring data to the APP.

It can automatically track and record the baby's sleep quality and sleep environment changes. In the event of an emergency such as abnormal breathing, suffocation, etc., the mobile phone can automatically give a strong alarm, which can effectively avoid accidents caused by parents' negligence, untimely, and wrong judgments, and relieve the pressure on parents to take care of the baby.

4-Function to Guard Baby's SleepRollover Notification 

Choking is a terrifying prospect for parents. Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon occurrence. That's because during the period before the baby's neck is complete, the infants are not capable of turning their heads to ensure their breathing is smooth when they sleep on their stomachs. Besides, it is also susceptible to choking due to a covered mouth and nose, even resulting in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor is worn on baby's diaper/sleepwear and tracks baby's body movement, ambient (feeling) temperature, rollover, and sleeping position. It also notifies you on your smartphone when the baby may need you.

Breathing Notification

The respiratory system of infants is not mature enough, and the breathing rate is faster than that of adults. Normally, the newborn's respiratory rate is 30 to 60 breaths per minute. Tachypnea is defined as a respiratory rate greater than 60 breaths per minute. However, not all newborns breathe well. For example, shortness of breath in a baby may be a sign of childhood pneumonia.

It is critical that inexperienced mothers may think their baby is asleep when he or she is not breathing.

Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor can track the frequency of the baby's breathing in real-time. When monitoring the baby's abnormal breathing, it will immediately send an alarm notification to the parent's mobile phone to notify the potential risk in time.

Cold/Hot Notification

The function of the newborn thermoregulatory center is not yet perfect, and it is easily affected by the external environment temperature. The skin capillaries will expand when heated, and the complexion and skin will turn red to increase heat dissipation. When exposed to cold, the skin capillaries will shrink, complexion and skin pale, and cold hands and feet.

Your baby can't put into words how they feel, so it's up to you as a parent to find the right room temperature for them. It's recommended that the best temperature for babies is between 68 and 72 or 20 and 22, and the ideal humidity level for a baby's room is between 30% and 50%. When the monitoring temperature drops to the chilling temperature or rises to the covering temperature, it will promptly alert parents to prevent covering and chilling.

Kick Quilt Notification

Babies are naturally active, and they can easily kick the quilt away and catch a cold when sleeping. When the Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor detects a rapid drop in ambient temperature, it will immediately alarm to remind parents that the baby kicks the quilt.

After wearing the Momwilike baby sleep breathing monitor on the baby, the new parents no longer need to always think about getting up at night to check on their baby, they can also sleep peacefully and rest assured!

No-sensory Wearing, Close to Guard Your Baby's Safety

This baby sleep breathing monitor is easy and convenient to use. Download the "Luxhome" App, and connect it via Bluetooth, then clip the device to a close-fitting diaper or clothing close to your baby's belly!

The monitor is exquisite and compact in shape, firm to wear, lightweight, and insensitive. So your little one won't even notice that they are wearing a monitor.

No Radiation, Safe to Use

Momwilike adopts Bluetooth ultra-low power technology, the signal strength is one-thousandth of the radiation of mobile phones. There is no radiation to the baby, you can use it with confidence. At the same time, the device is made of PC+ABS material, which conforms to the American infant product standard. The anti-swallowing design does not need to worry about the baby eating by mistake.

With the change of parenting concept, more and more young families choose scientific parenting, baby sleep breathing monitor, scientific baby care, which is both reassuring and worry-free, and enjoy life with heart.

About Momwilike

Emerging maternity brand, Momwilike focuses on the field of mother and baby intelligent life, adhering to the concept of "technology changes parenting", dedicated to solving the pain points in the process of childcare. Focusing on the design and development of innovative and practical motherhood products. Empowering motherhood life with intelligent technology. Making moms live easier and more comfortable while helping them to be better mothers.

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