Archive for April, 2012

What obligate nose breathing means for your baby

April 19th, 2012

You may think that finding treatment for your baby with a stuffy nose isn't important, but did you know that infants are obligate nose breathers? This means that they prefer breathing through their nose from a young age, mainly due to the physical structure of their mouths. As their mouths are so small, getting enough […]

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Pack your baby saline solution when out and about

April 17th, 2012

Heading out with a baby can seem like a bit of an expedition at times – all those things to remember to make sure your little one is well looked after. There are some things you should never go outside without, including FESS Little Noses baby saline solution. Available in either drops or a spray, […]

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Breastfeeding guidelines to be changed?

April 16th, 2012

Breastfeeding is a topic that has had mothers and parenting experts divided for decades – is breast best? How long should you breastfeed your baby for? What many parents might not realise is that a baby with a stuffy nose can find it difficult to breastfeed because they rely primarily on breathing through their nose […]

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Has Australia’s cold spell left your baby with a stuffy nose?

April 13th, 2012

Australia has seen some pretty bizarre weather this week, with some areas of the country suffering lower-than-usual temperatures for April. While this may have left you clamouring for your winter coat and a blanket for your little one's stroller, you may also have found yourself looking after a baby with a stuffy nose. There are […]

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Get your congested baby soundly off to sleep

April 10th, 2012

Getting infants off to sleep is difficult at the best of times, but when you have a congested baby to deal with, the task could be even harder than usual. Products such as FESS Little Noses are ideal to help clear a blocked nose, as when a baby's nose is clear, it will allow easier breathing […]

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