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Many parents are overwhelmed by their baby's crying. They try all kinds of techniques and tips to calm them down, but they often fail and they end up despairing. In the attempt to calm the baby down, some parents even resort to somewhat curious practices, such as driving around the block with the baby in the car, for example.
Babies cry for many and varied reasons. However, since babies do not come with an instruction manual, it is very difficult to understand what they mean by their crying. A newborn baby cries because he is hungry, colicky or sleepy, tired, hot or cold, or for a variety of other reasons.
His parents wonder: 'What happens?' and doubts arise. The first days are very difficult. The baby is adjusting to contact with the outside world and cannot explain himself. Therefore, parents have no choice but to observe and learn to calm himas they learn the meaning of their cries.
Understanding the baby's cry is a great challenge for parents. It requires intuition, knowledge and perception, a lot of patience and tranquility. If parents despair, the baby will feel it and everything will get worse. Many times, a reassuring attitude on the part of the parents, such as holding the baby in their arms, singing a song, or simply wrapping it with a blanket and a lot of love, can solve the problem. Each baby reacts in a different way. Here are some interpretations of a crying baby:
1. Crying is very persistent:The baby is hungry. It calms down only when the baby is satisfied.
2. If the cry is very high-pitched, like a scream: This is usually followed by a short interval: The baby is in pain.
3. The cry is small, but strident:The baby is uncomfortable with a dirty diaper.
4. The cry is sharp and intense:The baby has colic. Lay your baby on his back and help him stretch and shrink his legs many times to help pass gas. You can also massage her tummy in a clockwise direction.
5. The cry is of grief: The baby is hot or cold. If your hands and nose are cold, you are cold. If, on the other hand, you run your hand over the back of his neck and you notice sweat, it is because he is hot.
6. Crying is lazy, tired: The baby is irritated.
7. Crying is very nervous: The baby is sleepy.
8. The llant is accompanied by hiccups: It is as if the baby is choking. The baby is angry.
To calm the cry of a baby, you need to consider your age. If the baby is less than three months old, the cause of crying it could be colic. Try massaging his tummy and moving his legs two or three times a day, like the pedals on a bicycle. If, on the other hand, he is between three and six months old, he may cry because he is hungry and by offering the breast, the suction can calm him. If the baby is between six and twelve months old,his crying is probably because of anger. Seek to care for your baby and verify the causes of his crying. If the crying persists, it could be that your baby have a fever or pain. In this case, consult your pediatrician.
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