Help Your Crying Child

Posted by Toni - December 2nd, 2016

You were ready for what your child is crying, but now you have this frustration. The disappointment of what seemed to be all the methods you use from your arsenal, but nothing works. The kid continues cry. By the same author: Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. The first thing you tried to calm the crying baby is swinging. Some parents are beginning to swing at the first cries of a baby automatically. However, due to vigorous shaking a baby can be obtained brain injury.

Trauma can cause intracranial and intraocular hemorrhage may not show outward signs. These kids are neurological damage that lead to blindness, seizures, delayed development. In the most serious cases, such injuries can lead to death. Statistics show that 15% of child deaths associated with this vigorous shaking of infants. 60% of those guilty of this – men. The average age of 2.2 children months. Here are some ways to help your baby when he cries: – buy a sling, sling, kangaroo, backpack-carrying of order, so that more time spent with you baby.

Studies show that more than time the child in contact with the mother, the less he is naughty. – Make sure that your child is not hungry, that he is not hot, not cold, may need to change a diaper – not sure whether the increased temperature – provide skin to skin contact, it will relax you and your baby, pat the child on the back – use the good old rocking chair – swaddle baby in a soft blanket – put a silent slow music, or quietly napoyte something this child's cry absolutely normal. Completely healthy babies may cry more than 5 hours a day. It is a way to express what the kid is hungry, or he is sad or uncomfortable. If you are very nervous because of this, leave the child for 5-10 minutes. Get out, take it easy. after you've calmed yourself, try to calm the baby. Inconsolable crying is a normal state of infant development. And the question is not how to make sure that the child was not crying. The question is how to learn to respond appropriately to crying.

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