Bare Airfree stops spit-ups in this cutie suffering from reflux. “Works amazing. I used this bottle years ago for my little guy who suffered bad acid reflux to the point he was losing weight from spitting up too much but this bottle was easy to use and worked wonders. He stopped spitting up after a few uses”
Bare Airfree stops spit-ups in this baby?
Let’s let science speak up! But before that, let’s learn why spit-up happens, and what are the statistics. GERD, which stands for Gastroesophageal reflux disease is the abnormal ascension of hydrochloric acid from the stomach to the esophagus. In other words, acids from the stomach travel up the esophagus, throat, and mouth, triggering pain, cough, spit-ups, mild regurgitation, and projectile vomit. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) two-thirds of healthy 4-month old infants suffer from severe symptoms of GERD.
Let the science speak!
Newer studies show that feeding techniques affect reflux more than contents. In the past, when a breastfed baby had reflux, the first response was to switch the baby to formula. Despite the lack of improvement, the baby will be switched to different formulas. This is really a stalling technique, as 90% of infants outgrow the symptoms by the 18th month birthday. We now know that if the baby’s symptoms are not due to allergies or intolerance to breastmilk, the symptoms can be reduced by using products designed to feed in an upright position while letting the baby control the flow and pace with suction. Bare® Air-free does exactly this.
How does Bare Airfree stop spit-ups?
The syringe-inspired design allows babies to feed in a vertical-upright position. Including face tipped down a bit (but chin away from chest), upon suction, the airtight system delivers milk. No suction = no food. This feature allows the baby to have full control of flow and pace. Customized feeding patterns suitable for the individual infant are proven to have clinical benefits. A clinical trial showed that 75% of infants tested no longer met the GERD’s clinical criteria after feeding with Bare® Air-free for two weeks.