Can you attach the Snuza Halo monitor to their back?
My Grandson is a belly sleeper.
Snuza relies on movement in the area where the sensor is located. Usually, when sleeping on its back (as recommended by the World Health Organisation to reduce the risk of SIDS) the sensor contained in the blue tip of Snuza will be located as close to the tummy as possible where the most breathing movement of a baby occurs. If baby sleeps on its tummy, then the tummy movement is reduced, simply because of the restriction of the mattress. More movement occurs at the sides than when sleeping on the back. By trial you will need to position Snuza away from the tummy, because that will cause discomfort, towards the side where you can visibly see movement. There is a greater possibility of false alarms occurring in this case, but after a few trials you will find a position to attach Snuza that will provide successful monitoring of breathing movement. Please also be aware that if your baby sleeps on his tummy then any alarm sound may be muffled, and the use of a sound monitor may be required.