Most baby monitors only let you hear the noises that the baby is making or sounds that can be heard by the baby while he is in his room. But the Snuza Halo Infant breathing and movement Monitor lets you monitor your baby’s breathing and allows you to immediately find out if your baby is having trouble breathing or is being suffocated by a blanket or pillows. Since most infant deaths are caused by suffocation, this device could really save a child’s life. The Snuza Halo Infant breathing and movement Monitor also acts like a little emergency worker when it doesn’t get a breathing sound for the baby by sending a gentle pulse vibration to get the baby to start breathing again. If it doesn’t restore the baby’s breathing within five seconds, the monitor then sends an audible signal that can wake the baby up and which can also be picked up by the baby monitor.