Stop the Thumb Sucking Habit, Today.

It's quick and easy, with AeroThumb.

Are you looking to break the thumb sucking habit for good?
Enter AeroThumb.

AeroThumb provides a solid but comfortable barrier between your child’s thumb and their mouth, and it works by breaking the suction, which provides the pleasure that children seek. It can help stop the thumb sucking habit in 30 days or less.



Air vents provide a consistently cool and moisture-free environment throughout the thumb sucking treatment.



Flexible, ergonomic shape ensures your child stops the thumb sucking habit in the most comfortable way possible.



Kids love to choose a different multi-colored lockband every day! Each kit contains 30 wristbands in various colors.



Instalocks not only simplify adjustment, but provide a peace-of-mind that the device is locked and cannot be removed.

How Do You Encourage Your Child To Stop Their Thumb Sucking Habit?

Limit the Frequency

Limiting thumb or finger sucking to nap or bedtime will gradually reduce the urge, making this approach more effective than trying to stop immediately.

Get Creative

Try to think outside the box. Everyone is different, so it is important to notice what thumb sucking remedies your child responds to. You can use a favorite fictional character, for example. Surely a superhero wouldn’t suck his or her thumb.

Keep Your Child Busy

Distracting your child with other fun activities can also help prevent thumb sucking problems. From puzzles and games to coloring, the possibilities are endless. The trick is to get your child moving, making sure their hands are busy and preoccupied elsewhere.

Use Positive Reinforcement

Positive reinforcement or praise is more effective than criticizing or yelling when your child is sucking his or her thumb.  By using positive encouragement or rewards, your child will be more motivated to stop thumb sucking.

Why Shouldn’t Children Suck Their Thumbs?

Although it is a natural tendency for babies, thumb sucking is a common problem among toddlers and even some young children. To comfort or sooth themselves, most babies suck their thumbs or fingers. However, the practice can be damaging as a child gets older. Experts advise to break your child’s thumb sucking habit around the age of three or four. This may be a difficult task to accomplish because toddlers and young children grow accustomed to the routine and the comfort it provides. However, with help from the AeroThumb, you may be able to put an end to it.

Don't take risks when it comes to your child's health and well-being.

With AeroThumb, you'll no longer need to wonder how to break the thumb sucking habit.