- Material: Polyester / Cotton / pp
- Feature: Inflatable
- Technics: knitted
- Type: baby pillows
- Certification: GRS
- Fabric Count: 40
- Thread Count: 300tc
- Logo: Accept Logo
- Keyword: cute
- Function: Relieve Pressure
- Usage: Office/travelling
- Packing: Opp Bag
- Filling Material: Memory Foam
- Grade: Qualified
- Age Group: Adults
- Part: Body
What Are the Signs & Symptoms of Flat Head Syndrome?
Flattened head syndrome usually is easy for parents to notice:
- The back of the baby’s head is flatter on one side.
- The baby usually has less hair on that part of the head.
- When looking down at the baby’s head, the ear on the flattened side may look pushed forward.
In severe cases, the forehead might bulge on the side opposite from the flattening, and may look uneven. If torticollis is the cause, the neck, jaw, and face also might be uneven.
What Else Should I Know?
Flat head syndrome improves with time and natural growth. As babies grow, they begin to change position themselves during sleep, so their heads aren’t in the same position.
When babies can sit on their own, a flat spot usually won’t get any worse. Then, over months and years, as the skull grows, the flattening will improve, even in severe cases. As hair grows in over the first few years, the flat spot often becomes less noticeable as well.
Flat head syndrome doesn’t affect a baby’s brain growth. But having a stiff neck can slow early development.
Flat Head Syndrome (Positional Plagiocephaly): kidshealth.org/en/parents/positional-plagiocephaly.html