Question: My baby head always sweating any problems.
Answer: sweating is a normal process, which may last until he is about four years old. Sweating on the head, especially during sleep, is very common in children. Sweating in the palms and soles is also common during stressful situations or in enclosed environments, such as shoes or coat pockets. Underarm sweating is usually caused by hot environments and anxiety. If you may notice that your baby becomes sweaty sometimes, just relax and change his clothes if necessary.
Immature Nervous System
The nervous system controls body temperature, and like other parts of the baby's body, it may not have fully matured yet for newborns. Thus, newborn babies are not able to regulate their body temperature like adults. Besides this, some babies naturally sweat more than others, just like adults.
Baby Sweating Deep Sleep
Newborn babies may sweat profusely at the deepest part of their sleep cycle at night, causing them to be extremely wet. A newborn baby sleeps for 16-18 hours daily, which is often broken up into short periods of three to four hours. During these periods, babies experience cycles of drowsiness, REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, light sleep, deep sleep, and very deep sleep. During very deep sleep, profuse sweating can occur (even in adults) to a point where they may wake up drenched in sweat. Since babies spend a lot of time in deep sleep, they are more likely to sweat at night compared to older children and adults.
How to Prevent Your Baby from Sweating
If your home is too warm, excessive sweating can occur. Keep your home temperature comfortable enough for a lightly clothed adult.
You should keep your baby comfortably warm at night, without bundling him up too much. Using too many layers or even a single layer of warm clothing will make the baby sweat when the skin cannot breathe.
Question: Hello..still not feeling any sign of labour pain..also i feel like my baby head is still on upper side of my belly..
Answer: Hi, you can feel labour pain anytime. It could be start earlier and later your due date. Labour pain is a natural process. There is not a fix time to start, you can consider around your due date. Find ways to relax. Labour will not begin if you're tense, worried or trying hard to start labour. ..
Go for a walk. If you are having contractions but are not yet in labour, walking can help get things going. ...
Have sex. ...
Take castor oil or evening primrose oil. ...
Eat spicy food. ...
Try nipple stimulation.
Question: What is the meaning of breeze.my 6month scan report they mensioned baby head was breeze. Any problems?
Answer: Hi dear,do you mean to ask baby head was breech
If yes that means the position of the baby is such that the head of the baby is upwards which is a reverse position where as ideally for normal delivery the baby should be in cephalic position which means that the baby s head is in down position