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1. Alternate which way your baby's head is facing when he sleeps. Due to his weak neck muscles, your baby can't hold his head straight up while he sleeps so it falls to the side. Alternate which way your baby's head lays each night. Step

2. Place your baby on his tummy while he is awake. This will not only help with flat head syndrome but it will also help strengthen his neck muscles. Most newborns don't like "tummy time" and will spend the entire time crying. It is up to you whether or not you want to do this. Don't leave him on his tummy for hours at a time and if he falls asleep, turn him to his back. Step

3. Dont leave your baby in a swing or bouncer for hours. Step

4. Hold your baby

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