Mama Doc Medicine - Crying Infographic

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Published on March 5, 2014

Author: NextworksProd



Infographic helping parents understand why babies cry and what they can do about it

KEEPING CALM ABOUT CRYING Every infant cries; it’s a part of being a baby. Yet crying still puts many of us on edge; it’s simply instinctive to want to make it go away. It’s important to know the big range of normal and when there might be a concern. The Big Normal “Unsoothable” crying represents 5% to 15% of all infant restlessness. Infants cry increasingly from of age, peaking at Dramatically improves after 2 WEEKS 6 to 8 WEEKS 3 to 4 months Most babies cry unpredictably, resistant to our best efforts to comfort. of age Babies tend to cry most in the evening, when we’re all exhausted and run down. Even normal, healthy babies may cry for long periods—an hour or more—and may appear to be in pain. Could It Be Colic? Does your infant cry Colic has traditionally been defined using the rule of 3s. More than 3 3 3 hours a day? For at least days a week? For more than consecutive weeks? Although the rule of 3s can help families define it, ultimately the label of “colic” doesn’t stop the crying.

What Should You Do? Don’t be tempted to reach for medications or cures. A 2011 Pediatrics article evaluated 15 large studies (including nearly 1,000 babies) to determine the efficacy of things like Sugary/glucose solutions Infant massage Probiotics Herbal supplements Chiropractor’s manipulation The results? None of those measurably help crying The following 3-step action plan, though, is great for a fussy infant: 1. Walk, talk, and soothe your baby in ways she loves. SOURCES 2. If crying continues, know that it's natural to feel frustrated. It's always OK to place your baby in the crib and take a short break. 3. If you feel frustrated or angry, place your baby in the crib on her back and step away. Take turns with your partner. Never shake a baby!

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