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Newborn colic

Newborn colic

Colic is a dysfunction that appears in the first months of our babies' lives.

As parents, we worry a lot because we see our newborn suffer, but do not suffer because it is benign. That is, if they are colic, they disappear and leave no sequelae.

If your newborn cries uncontrollably more than 3 hours a day, more than 3 days a week, and more than 3 weeks, it's probably colic. When they appear, your baby is usually very upset. He gets very agitated. He turns red and screams in a way that sounds like cries of pain. At the moment of crisis it is very difficult to calm them down. And we parents suffer a lot.

What do you have to do if you see that your baby cries so much?

The first thing is to go to your pediatrician. Check your baby and make sure it really is colic.
In the event that it is confirmed that they are colic, there are different things you can do to help mitigate them:

- Carrying can be of great help because it relaxes newborns a lot. The movement, the contact, makes them relax and fall asleep. The more rested they arrive at night, the less likely they are to suffer a colic attack.

- Massage is a classic. Scientifically proven to work. However, people do not use it properly. The massage should be done at a time when the baby is calm and receptive. For example, in the morning after waking up. The massage favors contact and with correct movements in the stomach, favors the expulsion of gases. You should never do it when the baby cries.

- The Kusi Wawa method is the only way you will find to help your baby to calm the crying. Put on the hot band to relieve stomach pain. Its aroma will help relax both baby and parents. All followed, rock the baby well so that he feels covered, take him in your arms and rock him. After a while, you will see that the baby relaxes and stops crying. They even usually fall asleep (they are exhausted after the big cry).

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