Ana Dalay, The only child of Gloria Trevi and Sergio Andrade, she died when she was only a few weeks old in 1999 in Brazil, and the death has been shrouded in mystery ever since.
“They are me”, the successful Gloria Trevi bioseries that you can see on both ViX and Las Estrellas, dedicates to her some chapters on the topic of Ana Dalay: from her birth to her strange death, without overlooking what happened to the little girl’s remains, which have not been able to be located to this day.
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For many years, all kinds of theories related to the death of Ana Dalay and several versions have been known, among them, the one narrated by Mary Boquitas in her YouTube podcast; However, the question still hangs in the air:
What did Ana Dalay, the only daughter of Gloria Trevi and Sergio Andrade, die of? This is all that is known about the case so far.
GLORIA TREVI REVEALS WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF DEATH OF ANA DALAY
Gloria Treviin the program “Traveling with Chester”, confirmed the version of some victims of the so-called “Trevi-Andrade Clan”: that little Ana Dalay would have suffered crib death; However, he accepted that he was never able to verify this officially:
“Honestly, I believe it was crib death, but whether I was able to see it with doctors or whether they were able to tell me, no.”
“I sincerely believe that it was crib death, but that I have been able to see it with doctors or that they have been able to tell me, no,” Gloria Trevi declared during the talk.
This had already been reaffirmed by Mary Boquitas in her podcast “In Boca Cerrada”, since In one of the episodes he specifically narrated what happened the day Ana Dalay died:
“Probably Someone, under Sergio’s explicit orders, put a blanket on Ana Dalay and it could have been what suffocated her, or it could have been sudden death, crib death, or who knows.It could even have been a heart attack. “I could never say what caused the little four-week-old baby to stop breathing,” said María Raquenel Portillo.
WHAT IS CRIB DEATH AND HOW TO PREVENT IT?
Sudden infant death syndrome, colloquially called “crib death,” It is the main cause of death in children between one month and one year of age. Most cases occur when babies are between two and four months old, notes the MedlinePlus site.
The causes that cause this syndrome are unknown; However, everything indicates that it is due to some failure in the area of the brain responsible for controlling breathing and the transition to sleep.
How to reduce the risk of “crib death”? MedlinePlus recommends the following:
- Put babies on their backs to sleep.
- Let your baby sleep in his room for at least the first six months.
- Place them on a firm surface when sleeping.
- Keep soft objects and loose bedding away from baby.
- Breastfeeding the baby
- Make sure babies are not too hot.
- Do not smoke near the baby or during pregnancy.