How to Get Your Baby Sleep in Crib #infographic #Baby #Sleep

Even though you love your child more than anything else in the world, there comes a time when you must put them to sleep in a crib. Cribs are cozy and comfortable and seem like the ideal choice for sleeping for an infant, but parents have often reported that their child has just refused to sleep in it.

Some parents have also reported that their child only falls asleep if they are rocking them in their arms. Moreover, some parents have to keep walking around to put their infant to sleep. This can prove to be quite worrisome for parents who have to work in the morning as they cannot afford to stay awake all night.

Thus, it is imperative to make sure that your child has no issues with going to sleep in a crib. Your child’s outright refusal to sleep in the crib can be because of a plethora of reasons. One of the reasons your baby dozes off to sleep in your arms and cries their eyes out when you put them in a crib is the stark contrast between the two sleeping accommodations.

While your child is in your arms, you are not only making soothing noises but are also in constant motion. This eases your infant into sleep. When you compare that to a crib, your child has to contend with sleeping in a confined space with no movement whatsoever.

Consequently, it makes perfect sense that your child reacts the way they do when you put them in a crib. Baby experts believe that you can get around this issue by opting for a swinging crib. It simulates the feeling of being rocked to sleep and as a result, helps your child in sleeping soundly in it.

Most experts believe that it can be very tricky to change your child’s sleeping pattern once they cross the age of six months. Thus, parents have a short window in which they must acquaint their children with a crib.

To help parents out with this tedious task, we have created an infographic of the things that can make sure your child doesn’t cry in a crib. Be sure to check out the infographic below to make sure you are well equipped with the knowledge on how to make your child feel at home in their new crib.

An Infographic by Parentinn.com.

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How Heroin Travels in the US #Infographic #heroin #US

This infographic shows how heroin has changed from a mostly urban problem in the United States to one mostly found in suburban and rural areas. Both the area and typical user of heroin have changed since the 1960’s. Most users are now white, young adults, and in equal parts men and women. In fact, about 90% of first-time users in the last decade were white.

So, what’s causing the increased usage? There are a few reasons that take centre stage – increasing scarcity of prescription opiates used to treat pain, heroin is more available than ever before, heroin is decreasing in price but also increasing in purity, and first-time users are naive about the dangers of addiction.

Now that we’ve answered the “why”, it’s time to address the “who.” The DEA has identified Mexico, Dominican Republic, and Colombia as major exporters of heroin to the United States. As the Northeast has the greatest amount of concern for heroin addiction, intercepting heroin routes will be key to preventing dealers from getting their supply. Hopefully, law enforcement and medical professionals will also be able to work together to help addicts heal.

An Infographic by JourneyPure.

13 Startling Facts About Floods in the US #infographic #floods #US

Did you know that each year, millions of lives are claimed by floods? That’s right – floods are the number one natural disaster in the states. That’s why it’s important to familiarise yourself with these important floods facts.

The more knowledge you have about floods, the more prepared you’ll be to deal with a flood disaster should it happen to your home or business. Among all of the facts listed in the infographic, an important one is that many people wrongfully believe homeowner’s insurance will cover flood damage – but that’s typically not the case.

Also, surprisingly, floods have occurred in all 50 states in the past, and the number of flood-related fatalities is increasing each year. Another interesting fact to note is that floods can happen anywhere, anytime – they don’t just happen in areas below elevation. Take time to review this important infographic put together by Chicago’s ServiceMaster Restoration by Zaba. You can help promote flood awareness and potentially save lives. Please share this with family & friends.

An Infographic by ServiceMasterbyZaba.com.

How Coconut Oil will Save Your Hair #infographic #coconutoil #hair

The inner health benefits of coconut oil are widely known, but not many know what wonders this amazing stuff can do for your hair….women, take notes.

This infographic provides some small, somewhat unknown methods to using coconut oil in your hair and the wonderful health benefits it will have for your luscious locks. And unlike normal conditioner, coconut oil has a variety of uses: cooking as tastes good, moisturising for softening skin and dandruff control for no more itching.

Hopefully, you enjoy this infographic, as much as we did building it.

An Infographic by Hairdohowto.com.

Yoga Trends in America #infographic #yoga #trends #America

Yoga is an ancient discipline which seems to be getting hotter and hotter. The newly released 2016 Yoga in America Study Conducted by Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance shows that the number of US yoga practitioners increased to over 36 million in 2016, up from 20.4 million in 2012 and 15.8 million in 2008

Here are some of the significant findings:

• More than 80 million Americans say they are somewhat or very likely to practice yoga in the next 12 months
• Practitioners are much more involved in many other forms of exercise, such as running, cycling and weightlifting, than non-practitioners
• The top 5 reasons for starting yoga are: flexibility, stress relief, general fitness, improve overall health, and physical fitness

Check out this infographic to learn more about Yoga trends in America.

An Infographic by Prama del Mar.