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How To Spot The Difference Between Colic & Silent Reflux

How To Spot The Difference Between Colic & Silent Reflux Colic and silent reflux are two very difficult conditions to deal with in your baby’s early stages of development. Both of these conditions are extremely common in newborns and share some similar symptoms, hence why they are often confused with one another. In this blog we will help you to understand both conditions, how to spot the difference and what you can do to effectively soothe your baby.

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Newborn Daily Routine

Newborn Daily Routine The majority of a newborn's time is spent sleeping; they sleep roughly 16 hours out of every 24 hours. Night and day, they're trained to sleep in brief spurts of roughly 2-3 hours between feeding. In addition, babies require feeding every 2-4 hours. They require your attention at all hours of the day and night.

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How To Help A Colic Baby Sleep

How To Help A Colic Baby Sleep

Are you distressed by the crying patterns of your colicky baby? Aside from the tears, if you have a baby with colic, it is more than likely that none of you are sleeping well. Many physicians still do not agree about what causes colic or how to cure it, but most will agree that after three months of age, your baby’s colic will vanish. Three months in "babyland" is a long time, right? 

If you have a baby with colic, here are some tips for surviving the next three months.

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What constitutes my baby "sleeping through the night" and will it ever happen?

What constitutes my baby "sleeping through the night" and will it ever happen? Babies don’t have the same sleeping patterns as adults or older kids, and unfortunately, these can be much more sporadic. Quality sleep, however, is just as important for their early development. Sleep with minimal interruptions for most parents constitutes, “sleeping through the night”, and this could range from about 6 to 10 hours. On average from about 6 months old, babies start to achieve this...

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