Chrissy Teigen has posted her son helmet photos on Instagram first time.
The helmets are wont to treat plagiocephaly and brachycephaly or flat head syndrome.
Chrissy Teigen wrote on Instagram “my baby bug got his head shaping helmet today! please don’t feel bad for him if you see photos. he is a happy bug and we’re just fixing his flat!”
The image of Miles has received quite than 1.5 million likes and has prompted many parents to share pictures of their own children wearing helmets during a show of solidarity, including little Colton.
My little guy had it in 2016! pic.twitter.com/nwKJGpx6C0
— Kristin Nicole (@KristinNicole84) December 3, 2018
Flathead syndrome is common and affects one in every five babies born. consistent with the NHS, a baby’s skull is often relatively soft and may change form if constant pressure is applied.
The NHS says many babies get flat heads from sleeping on their backs, which they have to try to to to scale back the danger of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
It usually isn’t anything to stress about, but seek advice from your GP if you’re concerned. the form of the top should improve naturally over time as young children start traveling.
In the end the I wanna say you that don’t be embarrassing to your baby’s photos as it can be more helpful for more other mothers to feel happy. Share your comments below with ideas.:)