Scientists told how the children who were swaddled differ from their peers
Researchers are convinced that children who are swaddled in infancy are different from their peers.
True, here scientists, like pediatricians, are divided into two camps: some believe that swaddling makes a child more calm and obedient, and the second are convinced that freedom cannot be restricted.
Researchers from the American Academy conducted an experiment where some babies were swaddled, while others were not.
Thus, it was found that the former quite often had a disease such as dysplasia, while the latter were more plastic and had no problems with the joints.
In addition, academics recorded a difference in mental development: children who were not swaddled showed the best results in mental development.