Stay close to your baby with the SCD535 DECT Baby Monitor Philips AVENT understands that caring for your baby's health and safety is one of the most important things you do. The AVENT range of products helps you relax knowing that all is safe and well with your little one whilst they are sleeping in another room. Whether you want to hear every tiny gurgle via the crystal clear DECT technology monitoring range or see every movement day and night, Philips AVENT offers effective solutions to support you. DECT Technology The Philips AVENT advanced digital technology (DECT) in each product enables you to maintain a secure connection with your baby at all times. As well as crystal clear sound, these monitors guarantee no interference or interruption from any other product over a range of up to 330 meters. Your Baby and Crying Crying is the only way your baby has to communicate is he/she is hungry, wet, tired, too warm, too cold or a little scared. Through a monitor, it can at first be difficult to distinguish a cry of hunger from a cry of restlessness--the Philips AVENT SCD535 baby monitor comes with crystal clear DECT sound to make it easier for you to learn what your baby is trying to tell you. You could try to start to understand the differences in your baby's communication:If they are making an 'owh, owh' sound, it could be that they are sleepy and a little grouchy, as this cry is based on a natural yawning reflex.A sound more like a 'neh, neh', is a cry that's based on the sucking reflex, so it's likely that your baby is hungry and would like feeding.Your Baby and Light Light levels are important to your baby's comfort and development. That's why the Philips AVENT SCD535 comes equipped with a remote-operated night light, that you can activate without being in the room providing a calming distraction, allowing you to freely move around the room without disturbing baby's sleep patterns. After 9 months in your womb becoming accustomed to light takes time for a baby's incredibly sensitive eyes. As your baby's eyes start adjusting to light, a natural reaction is to close them if it is too bright. At the same time, small lights that gently stimulate the delicate optical nerves of baby's eyes will help them develop. As your baby learns to tolerate stronger light, you can help them to differentiate between night and day. When your baby is sleeping, try keeping the room dimly lit to associate bedtime with night time. A baby's sleep is much lighter than an adult's and they may wake as often as 5 times a night. Having a night light will be a great comfort to you both, your baby will enjoy looking at any shapes made by a light, providing a calming distraction and helping them resettle and sleep more peacefully. A night light also means you don't have to switch on a main light, causing a disturbance to you both, while enabling you to see around their room.Your Baby and Temperature Coming from the controlled environment of your womb where your baby's body temperature was regulated by you, it takes several months for your baby's body to learn to properly control its own temperature. As your baby's body starts to develop, keeping a close eye on the environmental temperature will help you know if they are uncomfortable. Studies have shown the ideal temperature for a baby's room is between 16 to 20C, by keeping the room at an optimal temperature, you can help your baby to be calm and restful. To ensure the room is within this range it can help to use the electronic thermometer in the Philips SCD535 Baby Monitor, which can send precise readings to wherever you are in the house. Giving you the freedom to monitor a room's temperature remotely, without disruption; this means if baby is too hot or too cold, simply pop back into the room and adjust the blankets or the heating system in your home.Your Baby and Humidity The humidity level of an environment plays a vital role in overall wellbeing. To give your baby's immune system the best start, it will help to monitor the humidity level of their immediate environment with the Philips SCD535 Baby Monitor. Healthy humidity levels for a baby's room are between 40 to 60 per cent. At these levels the moisture prevents the mucus membranes of your baby's nose and throat from becoming too dry, which can make them less effective barriers against infection. A newborn baby's soft skin is ten times thinner than an adult, and is much more delicate. Increasing the amount of moisture in the air acts to prevent skin from becoming dry and itchy. A controlled level of humidity will help your baby rest; if the room is too dry and you don't have a humidifier, a simple but effective way to increase the level is to put a bowl of water in the room, ideally near a central heat source. If the room has too much moisture, you could buy a dehumidifier and closely monitor the levels for the first few days in order to ensure the climate is just right for your baby.
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