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60% of all accidents of children aged under 4 years happened in the home because parents tend to underestimate the hazards in their own home or believe in child safety myths. We reveal the most common myths and help you to make your home safer for
your children and prevent accidents.

A baby‘s body, however, is not yet able to adapt its own temperature to falling or rising ambient temperatures. This means that babies are easily subject to over-heating or low body temperature. Consequently, your little one needs your help to stay comfortable, especially during the first months of his or her life.

In cooperation with our medical consultant, Dr. Schaber, M.D., we have compiled some helpful and practical tips for you in this guidebook to give you peace of mind and keep your baby comfortable.

Sometimes it seems that children are magically attracted by everything that is not suitable for them. Be it staircases, drawers, hot pans, or sharp objects - everything will be explored and carefully examined. This curiosity and desire to discover is completely natural and is an important part of the child’s development. As children grow up, their mobility and radius of activities increase, exposing them to more hazards and risks. But children under the age of four lack any risk awareness - this means everyday situations such as hot stoves, stairs or an unlocked medicine cupboard can have tragic consequences.

It is not just the outdoors where children are exposed to the risk of accidents: Current studies show that the risk of injury to babies and toddlers is particularly high indoors. Falls, burns and poisoning: dangers lurking at home can be significantly reduced with a small amount of effort.

 Is the nappy dry for long periods of time during the day, even though your child is drinking plenty of fluids?Does he or she stop playing and hide when peeing the nappy? These are signs that your child is becoming aware of bodily functions that were previously unknown to them. And this is the prerequisite to a life without nappies.