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A Gift of Value
As gifts, Jensen BabyCloud products offer a natural alternative to the often-useless presents given to the new parents at any baby shower.

A BabyCloud product
will mostly benefit the end-user, namely the baby, because you
can be assured that
this natural environment will provide for undisturbed body-rest
for as long as the baby sleeps.

 

BabyCloud has its own extensive research library which deals with such issues as sleep disorders,
insomnia, sleep excercises, multiple chemical sensitivity, SIDS and other baby care issues.
Should you require information not present on this site, E-mail
your enquiry to our HelpDesk and we will gladly assist you.
 
 


 

This information has been included in order to help you understand the reasons for the development of the Jensen BabyCloud, as well as to provide in-depth access to various research results that relate to infant sleeping disorders could prove fatal.

Results of Restlessness During Sleep

Restlessness during sleep results in insufficient release of the growth hormone Somatotrope.
Insufficient release of the growth hormone results in immune deficiency throughout adult life.
Restlessness during sleep is also the cause of many other stress-related illnesses in the infant's future.

Somatotrope

Somatotrope is a growth hormone which is released from the pituitary gland only during childhood - and then only during the time that the baby, toddler or young child experiences deep sleep.
Deep sleep refers to the time the body does not move at all and all the muscles are in a flaccid state.
Somatotrope is responsible for growing and building each cell to its optimum potential. When the baby gets plenty of deep sleep, somatotrope can release to its maximum and a strong immune system can develop naturally.

The release somatotrope hormone is disturbed each time the body needs to move during sleep.

The body moves each time an message of discomfort is received by the brain from the immediate sleep-environment. The baby feeling too hot or too cold are such messages.

Insufficient release of the growth hormone deprives the body is of optimum protection against all outer biological invasions.
An outer invasion occurs each time a bacteria, germ or virus enter the body through lacerated skin or through the respiratory system or any other penetrable areas into the human bloodstream.
When the growth hormone is not released sufficiently, the body is unable to shield itself against such outer invasions.
The insufficient rest most infants, babies, toddlers and young children get during their sleep, is mainly due to the polymer plastic environment we generally dress our babies with let our children grow up in.
The polymer plastic textiles such as foam mattresses and polyester bedding and clothing are therefore mainly responsible for weakening the human immune system.

Results of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity or MCS, is an added condition all babies suffer from when sleeping in an all plastic-polymer textile environment.

MCS arises from constantly inhaling a gas that is released by the chemicals that are used to stabilize polymer textiles. According to independent research done in Europe and the USA, the gas has been identified as a nerve gas and is airborne when polymer textiles such as foam, plastic covers or hollow fibres are in contact with moisture and a temperature exceeding 20°C. The infant's body temperature is about 36.8°C, nearly twice the temperature required to trigger of the nerve gas.

Sleeping in and on plastic textiles can lead to overheating the body. Overheating can lead to infant death.

The same textiles can also prevent fresh oxygen rich air to flow freely inside the infant's sleep environment. In extreme cases this leads to suffocation. Death by overheating and suffocation are often confused by GP with SIDS.

MCS symptoms are often confused by the GP with biological infections such as bronchitis, influenza, running nose or a persistant dry cough.

MCS symptoms are mostly treated with 'light' antibiotics.

MCS symptoms are connected to an overload of the lymphatic system that cleans the red blood cells of all toxins and antibiotics have therefore no effect on MCS symptoms.

MCS is therefore a condition related to inhalation of toxins that are present in the air from plastic textiles.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

SIDS is a condition where an apparently health infant dies without previous symptoms of illness.

SIDS researchers do not research death by suffocation or death by overheating they are looking for answers within the infants body.
They have not studied polymer textiles, their sources and chemical interactions with the biological body and are therefore not yet competent to include the external environment of the infant in their research.
SIDS researchers need to separate "Death that occurs inside the cot" from SIDS until the reason for this untimely death has been clearly identified. This is only possible by conducting an autopsy. Only a autopsy can establish death by suffocation, death by overheating or death for unknown reason, namely SIDS.

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Antibiotics have no influence on the condition cause by the chemically produced environment the infant is exposed to.

Child asthma has increased rapidly over the years. This condition has been linked to MCS for many years but is treated with remedies Remedies such as an asthma pump do not eliminate the symptoms that lead to MCS related bronchial disorders.


Child insomnia is another condition that is on the increase and linked to the thermo-effect polymer textiles have on the body.

Child insomnia occurs because of the constant restlessness the infant experiences in a thermo-plastic environment.

It was with better rest during sleep for our infants in mind, that Danish sleep environment researcher Maria Jensen, scrutinised all components that are used inside the cradle.
Jensen also investigated the cradle itself.

According to statistics, most parents give birth to healthy infants and Jensen who has studied these statistics says that most illnesses that befall the initially healthy infant have the root in the baby's immediate outer environment.

Resting the tiny body during sleep is only possible for your baby when the infant sleeps on and in textiles that are derived from biological fibres such as Raw-Cotton.

Prevention is better than cure!
Jensen's BabyCloud mattress is filled with 100% natural Raw Cotton fibre, and all fabrics used around the infant are made from unbleached calico.

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