As gifts, Jensen BabyCloud products offer a natural alternative
to the often-useless presents given to the new parents at
any baby shower.
will mostly benefit the end-user, namely the baby, because
can be assured that
this natural environment will provide for undisturbed body-rest
for as long as the baby sleeps.
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.
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your enquiry to our HelpDesk and we will gladly assist you.
baby going to sleep the natural way?
It certainly is, if you invest in the Jensen Baby Cloud concept.
When you are about to buy a new mattress or bedding for your baby,
you have two options,synthetic or natural. If you choose synthetic,
you have many choices. If you choose natural you have only one,
Jensen's Baby Cloud!
through our BabyCloud product range to see what we have to offer
for the care of your infant, baby, toddler or growing child -
and please read through the Health Info, so that you will be more
fully advised on the criteria and reasons for choosing one of
our MINSA Guaranteed products. If you have any unanswered questions
regarding our BabyCloud range, e-mail our HelpDesk and one of
our consultants will answer them.
Africa Cradle is constructed of untreated wood and the fabric
for the hammock is made from 100% unbleached calico. It therefore
offers a non toxic and natural sleep environment for any infant.
In 1996, MINSA qualified the African Cradle as a product worthy
of their stamp of approval.
Cloud is a all natural mattresses for infants, babies and toddlers.
A intensive research into the modern sleep environment was conducted
before producing this natural alternative to plastic mattresses.
Your baby is a biological being, don't surround your baby with
to Danish sleep-environment researcher, Maria Jensen, founder
of Jensen's BabyCloud, your baby sleeps restlessly when the textiles
that surround you baby during sleep are made from plastic-polymers.
Items such as a foam mattress, hollow-fibre duvets, pillows and
polyester covers, sheets and blankets derive from plastic polymers.
plastics are known as synthetic textiles, polymer textiles or
man-made fibres. Plastic textiles may feel and look just like
naturally grown cotton, wool, silk or linen products, but that
is where the similarity ends. We can not get away from the fact
that artificial textiles are just soft thermo-plastic and that
they act as such.
of plastic textiles hinders the essential release
of excess body moisture and body heat. This compels your baby
to move each time the sleep-environment gets too warm. These constant
movements are necessary to avoid overheating and therewith keeping
the natural temperature constant.
movements include throwing off the blanket the body gets too cold
and the sleep is disturbed when the body cools down too much.
Infants are incapable to retrieve the blankets and call their
parents by crying.
will cover their baby approximately 10 times throughout the night.
These constant disturbances lead to unnecessary restlessness during
sleep for the infant and for the new parents.
IS NOT A DECORATIVE EXERCISE!
Most new parents buy or receive gifts for their baby from well-wishing
friends and relatives. These gift stretch from soft toys to cradles,
blankets, clothing and carry cots. Often the gift is chosen because
they look cute or cuddly. Unfortunately all the cute motives are
truly for the buyers eyes only! The clothes may look decorative
on the baby, but it is more important what your baby feels when
wearing these plastic clothes whilst sleeps with its eyes closed.
To stay healthy, all babies need a natural environment around
their natural body.
spend up to 20 hours each day in their crib, cot, or cradle and
if the materials surrounding the infant are made from plastic
textiles, the new parents are looking for trouble.
restlessness results in insufficient release of the growth hormone,
Besides the restlessness the infant also inhales a nerve gas that
is released from the fixing agents of polymer textiles when sleeping
on and in polyester, foam and hollow fibres. The result of inhaling
this toxic gasis a disorder known as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity