Some children just like the feeling of sucking, They are happiest when they suck something. Divert the baby’s attention from the time when the baby is vaccinated, drawn blood and examined. Pacifiers can divert their attention, Let them obediently cooperate with the examination. Help the baby sleep. When the child does not sleep well, Put a pacifier on TA, You can be quiet in an instant. Protect your ears when flying. Baby, when flying, They will not consciously relieve the discomfort of their ears by swallowing or yawning like adults. A pacifier will just allow children to swallow. So as to relieve ear discomfort. Reduce the risk of sudden infant death. Having a pacifier while sleeping can reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. It is better than eating fingers. When you want to quit the pacifier, Just throw it away, But if children like to eat fingers, It will not be so easy to handle, You can’t cut off your fingers. Why do some people object to the influence of pacifiers on breast feeding for children? Using pacifiers too early will cause nipple confusion, Interference with breastfeeding, Mom’s nipples don’t taste the same as pacifiers, Some babies are sensitive to these differences. Affect sleep at night. If the child falls asleep with a pacifier in his or her mouth at night, Mom and Dad will be ready to get up at night. If the pacifier falls out, Children are likely to wake their parents up crying. There are studies that may increase the risk of otitis media. Using pacifiers may increase the risk of otitis media in children. Fortunately, The period when children rely most on pacifiers-0 to 6 months, It is the period when the probability of otitis media is the lowest. It may affect tooth development. If it is used well only in the first two or three years, If you use it for too long, It will affect the development of children’s teeth, Causing problems such as uneven dentition. Use Precautions If you decide to use pacifiers for your child, Attention should be paid to the following issues: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting breastfeeding after 3 to 4 weeks of birth. And only when the child is not hungry, Using pacifiers, Don’t use it as a means of postponing nursing. Pacifier is not the first choice to change the posture of the child. Or touching TA can appease the baby, Don’t use pacifiers when children cry, Try something else first. With or without, If the child is not interested in pacifiers, Don’t force it. When you sleep, The pacifier fell out, As long as the child does not cry, There is no need to put it back. Be careful not to have too many small parts on the pacifier. Try to choose one-piece with soft pacifier, Prevent children from swallowing or sucking by mistake due to loosening or falling off small parts. Always check the pacifier for loosening and aging. Replace it in time. Do not tie the pacifier to the bed, or to the child’s neck, hands, Because the rope tied to the pacifier may tie the child’s neck. Pay attention to hygiene and clean thoroughly before using it for the first time. And disinfect with boiling water. When in use, Also use boiling water to disinfect pacifiers frequently. If you want to disinfect with dishwasher, Make sure that pacifiers are suitable for dishwashers. Don’t smear anything sweet on pacifiers. How to quit pacifiers when children are getting older and older, The harm of pacifiers will gradually show up. After two years old, Most children are slowly not interested in pacifiers themselves. Some need parents’ help to quit. Children of different ages, The way to quit pacifiers is also different. Babies who are not sensible at the age of one or two and babies who are not sensible, Can try to use other things to distract TA’s attention. For example, some toys that can move and make noises slowly reduce TA’s interest in pacifiers. Three or four-year-old older children who have become sensible told TA that grown-up children do not need pacifiers, and then they can hold a small farewell ceremony for children to say goodbye to pacifiers, so that TA can formally say goodbye to pacifiers. Or swap pacifiers for more mature and fun toys.