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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

How to Calm a Crying Baby in 5 Seconds

A crying baby  is just normal but when crying lasts for hours, it has a negative effect to babies as they will experience panic, anxiety as well as fatigue  and we don't want that to happen to our precious ones. Aside from these three bad effects, excessive crying can also cause nerve malfunction to babies as their nerves stop to form connections to other nerves which will affect to babies brain development. I want to share here a great article which is very informative with regards to excessive crying effects for babies. the article is published at askdrsears and it's entitled  The Effects of Excessive Crying.

Common Reasons Why Babies Cry

Babies normally cry when they are hungry, feeling cold or hot, due to insect bites, gas pain (kabag), whenever they feel uncomfortable or they simply need attention or change of scenery. However, I believe most moms have experienced this once in their nursing days that their babies cry excessively without any clear reason. This video will help you determine the common reasons why babies cry, watch and learn!

How to Calm a Crying Baby in just Five Seconds
Dr. Robert Hamilton, a pediatrician in Sta. Monca California shares his techniques on how to calm a crying baby. This video has been viewed 22,269,396 times as of this writing and has been featured in different shows including FoxNews and famous websites. In this video, Dr. Hamilton demonstrate the holding technique that will calm a crying baby in just five seconds.

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