A pacifier is a substitute for a mother’s nipple, used to help the baby calm down by sucking on it while crying or sleeping. Babies feel the world through sucking, and the role of pacifiers is to satisfy their non nutritional sucking and soothe their emotions. When a baby is restless and restless, a pacifier shaped like a mother’s nipple can often help the baby calm down and then fall asleep sweetly. The use of pacifiers helps to satisfy a baby’s natural sucking response and provides high levels of exercise for the baby’s jawbones, palate, and lips. According to research, using a pacifier can greatly reduce the sudden death rate of babies who have not yet developed nasal breathing habits. Long term use of pacifiers can help babies develop a habit of closing their mouths and naturally learn to breathe through the nose.

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