SLINGTANKTOP FOR CARRYING

The birth of a baby is a great happiness, but also a constant responsibility. Your attention from now on belongs to one more family member. And you want all the best for him/her.

We asked more than a thousand mothers: “How were you feeling for the first months of your child’s life? What did you want at that period?” The absolute majority of them emphasized sleeping. It is the most sensitive subject for many mothers. Mothers’ habitual daily environment is changing, as the baby needs to be frequently feed and their sleep is intermittent. The second of the most popular responses was about free arms. The baby adapts to this world, develops reflexes, following the changes in his/her body the child may feel uncomfortable for some reason. The signal for help is crying. This is the only way to express his/her wishes. Then mothers take their baby in their arms, rocking, talking and calming him/her, which is leading to tired arms and back from this load.

Since ancient times Asian and African mothers carry the babies by tying them to the back or to the stomach. In these countries such winding is a necessary measure, as mothers can not stop working and farming because of their life conditions. It is quite hard to imagine such a mother in Europe or in our country. Kilometers of fabric require skill of the correct winding and do not add a delicate style to woman’s appearance. However, the progress does not stand still, so baby carrier devices are being modified and improved. Panga SlingTankTop has become the implementation of an idea, which many generations of mothers have been dreaming of.

The crucial matter in this question is the physiological position of the child. The baby’s spine has a rounded shape. He/she has not yet learned to sit and walk, as there are no curves in baby’s spine compared to the adult one. It is therefore important for the fabric to hold it and repeat the bending of the body. Excessive tension contributes to the unnatural straightening of the spine.

Inside the pocket of Panga SlingTankTop the child is facing his/her mother. His/her back is slightly curled repeating the position while being in mother’s womb. Precisely this position is more physiological for the child. When a caregiver walks whilst babywearing (the practice of keeping your baby close), the spine of a baby easily amortizes the steady rocking, the load is evenly distributed on the back of the child without disrupting the process of the proper spine development.

Why a facing-mother position?

This particular position has a beneficial effect on child’s mental state. While the position of facing the world gives a great pressure the nervous system at this age. The baby feels more comfortable and calm by being close to his/her mother’s breast.

The crucial matter in this question is the physiological position of the child. The baby’s spine has a rounded shape. He/she has not yet learned to sit and walk, as there are no curves in baby’s spine compared to the adult one. It is therefore important for the fabric to hold it and repeat the bending of the body. Excessive tension contributes to the unnatural straightening of the spine.

Inside the pocket of Panga SlingTankTop the child is facing his/her mother. His/her back is slightly curled repeating the position while being in mother’s womb. Precisely this position is more physiological for the child. When a caregiver walks whilst babywearing (the practice of keeping your baby close), the spine of a baby easily amortizes the steady rocking, the load is evenly distributed on the back of the child without disrupting the process of the proper spine development.

Why a facing-mother position?

This particular position has a beneficial effect on child’s mental state. While the position of facing the world gives a great pressure the nervous system at this age. The baby feels more comfortable and calm by being close to his/her mother’s breast.

Head fixation.

A newborn baby is no able to control his/her neck muscles yet and all the movements are being made by a reflex. Babies head when relaxed can be thrown back, but should not be bent to his/her chest. It is therefore important to support the baby’s head when bathing and being babyworn. For this purpose, a special supportive hood has been provided in Panga SlingTankTop which helps to keep a child’s head at the right angle, without exerting unnecessary pressure.

Why is the M-position needed?

This is the most simple prevention of dysplasia. It allows to evenly distribute the load between the baby’s spine and hips, does not give pressure on the perineum, and most importantly it helps the hip joints to develop properly. If your child is genetically prone to or has signs of dysplasia, then pediatricians even recommend the use of Panga clothing for babycarrying or the other appropriate carrying devices.

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