Posts tagged "new baby"
Unfortunately for both parents and babies, reflux can have a dramatic effect on a baby's ability to fall asleep and stay asleep. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to keep your baby safe and secure whilst improving their sleep habits. In this blog we will explore the main signs of reflux, how reflux correlates with your baby’s development and some safe and useful practices you can implement into your baby’s sleep routine.
Newborns learn to move, communicate, socialize and understand the world around them through play. How you interact with your baby is key to their development at this early stage.
Practicing daily self care is vital to the mental and physical health of any new mother. While you are busy tending to the needs of your newborn, be sure to take a moment to reflect upon your own physical, mental and social needs. Assess if these needs are being met and what steps are being made to practice self care every day.
When you're pregnant, there are some things you shouldn't eat because they could make you sick or harm your baby. Make sure you're aware of the key facts regarding the foods you should avoid or treat with caution while pregnant. The best dishes to consume are those that have been freshly cooked or prepared. While pregnant, there are 10 foods and beverages to avoid or limit.
Reflux is a common problem in babies, and it usually starts in the first two months of life. More than half of babies spit up, and the majority of babies with reflux are considered ‘happy spitters’.Reflux, in more acute cases, can cause pain in babies. Reflux is easily recognised in babies who spit up and have irritability symptoms, however some babies may not spit up at all. This is referred to as silent reflux. Other signs of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in babies with silent reflux include fussiness and poor feeding habits. Parents of babies who do not spit up, on the other hand, may confuse their babies symptoms with colic.
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