Tips you don't know about crying babies

Apr 25, 2023

  Most parents encounter a baby who cries a little before bedtime. What is wrong with your baby?
  In fact, babies are too young to express their feelings verbally. It is important for parents to observe their babies carefully and to calm them down in time.

Why do babies cry before bedtime?
  Your baby's hunger is the main reason for crying. This cry is short and strong, relatively regular, with intervals of change of breath and gradual urgency in between. When your baby feels hungry, you should feed him at the right time to eliminate his hunger and make him stop crying.
  Baby being uncomfortable is a common reason for babies to cry. The obvious discomfort for your baby is a wet nappy, "Oops, that's uncomfortable, change it for me!" The baby informs with a cry. Your baby's skin is very sensitive and if his nappy is wet he will feel uncomfortable and cry loudly. And too cold or too hot will also make your baby feel uncomfortable and he will indicate this by crying.
  Your baby has indigestion and bloating. During feeding, the baby often swallows a lot of air, which is one of the causes of bloating. This cry often comes suddenly, with a long, loud first cry, followed by a long breath-hold, and then a loud cry. At this point, the parents have to find a way to make the baby burp so that he feels better.


This cry usually starts in silence, often with a few slow, drawn-out cries, low in the throat, which are just enough to get the parent's attention and allow them to pick him up.

Babies grunting and crying before bedtime or when they are about to wake up are less loud, more regular, more lingering and even a little restless. Older babies will often rub their eyes and nose with their hands or cry and stop, which is often referred to as "sleepy".

Possible ways to deal with your baby crying before bed:
1.Whether it is the mother's breast, a bottle, a soothing pacifier or the baby's own fingers, sucking is always a good way to soothe the baby, but it is important that the mother sterilises the bottle and pacifier and keeps the baby's fingers clean to prevent illness from entering the mouth.


2. Massage A variety of pats and massages can help calm your baby. Try sitting your baby upright against your shoulder and patting your baby's back. However, do not massage your baby's tummy until he is four weeks old and avoid the spine. Avoid the spine and nut oils such as almond oil when massaging your baby. While massaging your baby, talk to your baby more often to promote your baby's development and parent-child relationship!


3, music Rhythmic sounds or music can help to calm a newborn baby, even the humming of a washing machine or hoover can help to calm some, listening to music can develop the baby's optimistic personality.

4. Rocking Rock your baby in your arm or cradle, or put him in the baby carriage and push him, with gentle movements. Soothe him with gentle cuddles and soft singing




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