YesViven, believes that a solution to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome (SUIDS), aka Cot death, is attainable by using a Systems Thinking approach to SIDS.
A Systems Thinking approach (as taught at Johns Hopkins University, department of Public Health) teaches us, that we need to account for all the multiplicity of variables effecting Public Health problems.
Using a Systems Thinking approach, YesViven conducted a meta-analysis review of published SIDS articles and medical journals and found a clear gap in research regarding the exogenous factors effecting Heart Rate Variability (HRV) of an infant during sleep.
YesViven in proposing that one of many exogenous factors is; Stochastic Resonance noise and can play a beneficial role in the prevention of SIDS, by inducing biological stimuli on the autonomous nervous system (ANS) of an infant, resulting in higher HRV values. Higher HRV values help to maintain to proper homeostasis and can prevent SIDS.
A major paradigm shift in our way of thinking about SIDS is needed to solve this enigmatic and elusive killer