When is the best time to buy a baby heart monitor? That is a question worth pondering a million times. I have to say buy one immediately if it will put your worries at ease and not second guess it anymore.

Why need to worry anyway? Here is the thing, babies are still in a development stage. Practically every vital organ in their body is still delicate and frail. Not to worry you but a significant number of babies die of SID or sudden infant death. The cause of this condition still puzzles the mind of many experts.

A heart monitor should help you keep track of the health of your baby. It does not necessarily mean that you need to ditch going to your little one’s pediatrician. This is just as a precaution. Also, knowing how your baby’s heart rates can help you interact with the pediatrician better.

You can purchase the heart monitor before giving birth and ask your doctor to teach you how to use it. There are actually a lot of easy, portable digital monitors now available. You might also want to add a baby monitor with a sensor to this. It costs an arm and a leg but it should make your baby monitoring work a tad easier.

These monitors are equipped with a sensor pad. You place the sensor pad at the bottom of the mattress. This will detect movements and breathing pattern of your little one. If no movement, not even a slight breathing, is detected, it will send of alarm signal to your receiver. Technology does have a way to make things easier.

Like what I said, they cost a lot. But if you get a good brand for both heart monitor and sound monitor, you can still use it for your next baby or lend it to a friend or a relative with a baby.

There are a lot of these available in the market today. Be a bit discriminating in your choices. The sensor pad should really detect slight movements to keep you at ease. You might also want to read more reviews first about the brands you intend to purchase. This way, you will know what you are getting.

So do not hesitate any longer. If you want to monitor your baby’s health as soon as possible, then get a monitor that can help you out in this task. This should keep all your worries at bay.



Source by Babies & Kiddos

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