FourFour Two: Baby trend in the 21st century
Tired of being told to stay in bed?
A new trend has emerged in the US in which babies are sleeping on their backs, thanks to technology that lets parents control their babies’ sleep patterns.
The new trend, which has been dubbed Baby Sleep Control, was launched by the nonprofit Sleep Matters, which is trying to find a solution to the increasing number of babies in bed at the end of the day.
Baby Sleep Control has the added benefit of allowing parents to control the length of their sleep and also help prevent sleep-related problems in the future.
“Baby Sleep Controls are great because they’re designed to be as flexible as possible,” Sleep Matters CEO Lauren Mazzucato said.
“There’s a lot of great benefits that come from the fact that babies are getting more sleep and they can be a great partner for parents and grandparents.”
Sleep Matters’ latest product, Sleep Matters Baby SleepControl, was developed to allow parents to use a smartphone app to control their baby’s sleep, with the ability to wake or sleep on their own.
“What we’re really interested in is changing the way parents use the Internet,” Mazzuccato said in a video.
“We’re really excited to be able to be a part of this, and we’re excited to have our products on the market now.”
Baby SleepControl works with apps like Sleepopolis, which uses baby monitors to monitor sleep, and Sleep Matters’ Baby SleepSmart, which allows parents to monitor their baby sleep using a smartphone.
It is also available through Amazon.
BabySleepControl is available for Android and Apple devices.
The app works on iPhone and iPad, as well as Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
The Baby SleepWatch app is also on sale through Sleep Matters.
Mazzuccano said that many of the baby monitors sold today were “designed for older parents” and do not allow parents the option to adjust the screen’s brightness.
The app is designed to monitor your baby’s screen brightness, as this is a very important aspect of infant sleep, she said.
The baby monitor app is the first product to use the technology of the new Sleep Matters baby sleep control technology.
The baby monitor is the only product on the app store to use baby monitors for baby sleep.
Mazda’s first baby monitor, the MiFiBaby, was the first baby-monitor that could also control the baby’s temperature.
The MiFi baby monitor was developed by Mazdas team and is available to order through the MiFiBaby website and Amazon.
The MiFi Baby can be used by parents to help monitor their babies temperature, as it measures your baby in your room and is able to automatically adjust the baby monitor for baby comfort.
“The MiFis Baby Sleep Monitor is an excellent choice for parents who want a baby monitor that can also work as a temperature gauge,” said Daniel Stauffer, a senior director of marketing for the company.
“It is a great option for parents to try and make sure their baby sleeps at a comfortable temperature.”
While it is not currently available in Australia, it is planned to be available to American parents in the coming months.
“MiFis have been available in Europe since last year and they have been incredibly popular there,” Muzzacato said, adding that it is also being sold in Australia and Europe.
The first baby monitors from the MiFliBaby and MiFiaBaby were also developed by Sleep Matters and are available to purchase.
The company hopes that Baby Sleep Controls will be available in the U.S. in the next few months.
Sleep Matters Baby sleep control is not a new product.
Mazzucci said that the company had been working on it for years.
“These baby monitors have been around for quite a while and we wanted to see how it was being used,” she said, noting that the MiFlashBaby was also the first new product in the Baby Sleep SleepControl market in 2021.
“I think it’s really important that people take advantage of the opportunities in baby technology and technology for babies,” Mizzucato added.