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Using A Baby Breathing Monitor For Your Baby’s Safety

Bethlehem, PA, August 18, 2012- A lot of technological changes have been made in the way people take care of their children. There are a lot of systems in place that ensure that parents can take care of their babies and infants even when they are not in the same room as them or around them all the time. While baby monitors are really common, the baby breathing monitor is probably the more recent invention in this field.

The Babysense is one such baby breathing monitor. The basic purpose of the monitor is to detect any lack of movements in infants or children. This monitor is extremely sensitive and it is non- touch, for safety and for practical reasons. This monitor tracks and records the baby’s movements, no matter how small. The monitor will be placed in the mattress. In case there are any cessations of the small movements, or if they become really slow, the parents will be alerted immediately.

There are a lot of issues and complications that might arise in the infant during the first few months of development, but it is virtually impossible for parents to spend 24 hours with the infant. The Babysense baby movement monitor will help the parents know in case there is an issue with the infant, immediately, so that they can rest peacefully without being scared of the infant’s security. The baby breathing monitor sends a signal if no movement has been detected for 20 seconds.

There are a few other baby breathing monitor in the market, but not many of them can actually sense the baby’s breathing. Both of the Babysense monitors can actually sense the baby’s breathing- the Babysense II and Babysense V. With these monitors the parents are also alerted if the baby’s breathing rate is detected to be less than 10 breaths per minute. There are a few technical differences between both these devices, along with a difference in the price as well.

For more information on the baby breathing monitor, visit, the official page for Babysense.

BabySense, LLC
3910 Adler Place, Suite 115, Bethlehem, PA 18017
Phone Numbers- Toll Free: 877-780-3033
Headquarter: 610-625-3111  

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    Company: BabySense, LLC

    Telphone: 877-780-3033 , -

    Address: 3910 Adler Place, Suite 115, Bethlehem, PA 18017