6 months old baby

Question: My boy is 6 months old he is not sleeping properly

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Answer: If your baby is not sleeping properly during night or day time. Make sure your baby sleeps at last 8 to 11 hour at night and on a average of 4 to 5 hours of sleep during day time. If on a average the baby sleeps around 15 to 18 hours a day it's fine. Before taking your baby to bed at night massage with oil and then wipe his body with wet hot cotton clothes and make him wear comfortable clothes to breathe his body. This way you can help the baby to sleep peacefully
Answer: Hello Your baby s cranky cos he s hungry at his age breast or formula milk is not enough they need more. Tis is the main reason they dont sleep well. You have to start feeding him solid food try taking him out to a park get him to play and eat. Try playing his favorite cartoon or rhyme distract ur baby n start feeding it is difficult but I m sure u ll be successful eventually. Hope I helped
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