Question:My baby 3months old he is not sleeping day and night what can i do?
Answer: Hello dear...
Infants usually don't sleep enough,but this is a temporary phase, they will adjust with some time in sleeping patternThere are few procedures will help your Infant sleep at regular intervals
Dream feed your baby
Mother's milk has lot of nutrients and it's easily digestible, so feed your baby every two hours, during night time ,dream feed your baby, make sure she latches well
Usage of diaper
Make use of diaper at night time,for day time you can use cloth diaper,because prolonged use of diaper cause rashes. This will prevent from wetting of clothes and that disturbed her sleep
Warm cloth massage
Before bedtime you can wipe your baby's body with soft cloth dipped in warm water, this will promotes good sleep
Make the room dark
Keep the bedroom dark during bedtime,during nap you can use lamps,because light will spoil baby's sleep
Use cloth cradle
During night time,use cloth cradle it will remain baby to sleep in mother's womb ,it is an healthy practice too. Hope these tips helps for you
Question:My baby is 1 month old and he is suffering from gastric problem. .and he is not sleeping up 9 10 hours. .what can I do? ?
Answer: Dear firstly for sleep u can try massaging the baby just before the sleep which has an amazing affect on the baby and massage followed by slight exercise makes the baby tired and they get a sound sleep. Massaging twice a day suggested for hyper active babies. Secondly try these steps to prevent and ease the pain of constipation:-
1.) Burp Often. Burping helps relieve gas by allowing air to escape from the body, keeping it from building up.
2.) Keep Baby Upright while breastfeeding
3.) Pump Baby's Legs
4.) Draw a Warm Bath
5.) Try a Baby Massage
6.) Track ur Diet.
7.) Check feeding position. "When you're nursing or bottle-feeding, try to keep the baby's head higher than her stomach.
Hope this helps.
Question:My baby is 2 months old and after every feed he does potty and sleeping only 9 hours in a day... My doctor told me that baby should sleep around 16 to 18 hours.. What should I do?
Answer: Set a schedule. It's normal for your newborn to snooze on and off all day, but between 3 and 4 months, his sleep should consolidate into two or three longer naps.
a morning nap about two hours after waking, and an afternoon nap about two or three hours after the morning nap ends. (Until around 9 months, most babies will also take a 30-
minute catnap late in the day.)
Once you have the general routine in place, make your schedule as firm or as flexible as you and your baby prefer. Though things don't always run like clockwork -- sometimes the babies wake early or won't fall asleep