To deter­mine the cause of the cry­ing of a new­born baby, it is impor­tant to under­stand his mood and well-being as your own. How­ev­er, it is dif­fi­cult for a new­ly-made moth­er to do this right away, which is why we tried to “sort it out” the main rea­sons for the baby’s fre­quent cry­ing.

First­ly, cry­ing is the only oppor­tu­ni­ty for the crumbs to attract atten­tion, because he does not know how to talk. Sec­ond­ly, you should not imme­di­ate­ly asso­ciate chil­dren’s cry­ing with health dis­or­ders, since bore­dom, hunger, phys­i­cal dis­com­fort and a banal desire for moth­er’s warmth can be the rea­sons here.

Most often, babies cry because they want to eat. After all, his stom­ach is extreme­ly small and takes a lim­it­ed amount of food at a time. Anoth­er com­mon cause of cry­ing is phys­i­cal dis­com­fort caused by an over­filled dia­per or a wet dia­per. How­ev­er, such a cause is not dif­fi­cult to iden­ti­fy and elim­i­nate.

The baby may whine with dis­plea­sure and because of uncom­fort­able, tight or prick­ly clothes — it is not in vain that it is rec­om­mend­ed for such young chil­dren to use loose cloth­ing made of soft fab­rics. It is also impor­tant that the seams on the wardrobe items are on the out­side — oth­er­wise, they can dam­age the del­i­cate baby skin.

Lone­li­ness can also upset the baby — in this case, close con­tact with par­ents is the best pre­ven­tion of tears and frus­tra­tion. In order to ensure the con­ve­nience of both your­self and the baby, you can use a sling. Feel­ing tired can also lead to tears — exces­sive phys­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal stress, an abun­dance of new expe­ri­ences or motor skills can be enough rea­son for whims.

In addi­tion, the cause, unfor­tu­nate­ly, may be ill­ness — after all, any vio­la­tion of health caus­es dis­com­fort. For exam­ple, the baby may be ner­vous while uri­nat­ing. Increased con­cen­tra­tion of urine can also cause dis­com­fort in the form of a burn­ing sen­sa­tion, so offer the baby the prop­er amount of liq­uid to avoid it.

Dur­ing the process of defe­ca­tion, the baby may also be ner­vous. The tum­my can also hurt with col­ic, which will cause cry­ing. Remem­ber that the diges­tive sys­tem of a new­born is rebuilt very slow­ly, so even a small amount of com­ple­men­tary foods can cause such unpleas­ant con­se­quences. The baby can also sob in his sleep. The main rea­sons for this behav­ior are painful col­ic, teething, cold or absence of a moth­er.

By Yraa

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