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10 Home Remedies To Tackle Colic And Soothe Your Baby
Dealing with a colicky baby can be frustrating but there are many simple things you can try to soothe your little one. Swaddle the baby and limit stimulating factors like loud sounds, bright lights, and visitors. Rock your baby, play some white noise, and try a gentle massage to calm them. Probiotics, lemon balm, chamomile, and fennel can help too.
Why Is My Baby Losing Hair And What Should I Do About It?
Hair loss in babies is completely normal, especially in the beginning few months. In a few cases, it could be caused by a medical condition. After your baby turns 6 months and is still experiencing hair fall, it's time to see a doctor.
Experiencing A Burnout? Here’s How You Can Tell
You must have felt it at some point in your life. Maybe it was that impossible deadline or the fact that you haven't had...
Baby Skin Care 101: Natural Remedies And Tips To Keep Your Baby’s Skin Healthy
To keep your baby’s skin clean, bathe them thrice a week when they are young and daily after they start crawling. Light cotton clothing can keep heat rashes in check. Natural plant oils like coconut or sunflower oil can combat dry skin and eczema. Change diapers frequently and use chamomile and coconut oil to clear a diaper rash.
7 Questions Psychiatrists Ask To Diagnose Bipolar Disorder
While mental illnesses like depression and anxiety are well known and understood fairly well, other illnesses like schizophrenia and obsessive compulsive disorder don't receive the...
Busting 5 Common Myths About Disabled People
People with disabilities are not necessarily doomed to being chronically ill, and can be just as healthy as people without disabilities, provided he has the access to the right kind of healthcare. People with disabilities are also not incapable of leading independent lives, and they are completely capable of pursuing healthy romantic relationships. Disabled people should also stop being seen as recipients of charity, since they have plenty to contribute.
Lactose Intolerance Vs Milk Allergy In Babies: Why Your Child Is Reacting To Milk
If your baby is reacting to milk, it could be either lactose intolerance or milk allergy. While lactose intolerance causes stomach aches, vomiting, or diarrhea, milk allergy can also cause rashes and breathing difficulty. Avoid giving cow's milk to children below 1 and avoid it yourself if your child is breastfed and shows allergy symptoms. Your doctor can help adjust your baby’s diet to tackle lactose intolerance.
7 Compelling Tips To Build Your Child’s Self-Esteem: Give Them A Head Start!
Children with good self-esteem grow up to be emotionally resilient adults who are prepared to handle whatever life throws at them. Show affection to your child, encourage them to freely express themselves, and listen to them. It is also important to love your child unconditionally, let them do things on their own, and praise their accomplishments.
Cleaning Earwax From Your Baby’s Ears: What You Should Know
Earwax protects your baby’s ear canal from water, infection, and foreign objects. It typically moves out of the ear on its own and doesn’t need to be cleaned. If your baby has excessive earwax, your doctor may suggest ear drops or oil or use irrigation to remove it.
Can Physical Activity Improve Your Child’s Academic Performance?
Many people underestimate the importance of physical activity in the well being of a child. According to studies, students who get regular physical activity perform better academically. The benefits of exercising often include better attention, memory retention, performance on standardized academic tests, problem-solving skills, enhanced reaction time, creative thinking, and much more. And this applies to college students as well.
Asthma During Pregnancy: Things You Should Know As You Plan A Baby
Asthma affects between 4 and 12% of pregnant women but it doesn’t cause any significant risk when it’s well controlled. Take asthma medication as prescribed by your doctor to keep the condition under control and to avoid potential risks to both you and the baby.
5 Reasons Babies Sleep So Much And Why You Should Let Them!
Your baby may need between 11–17 hours of sleep a day and getting enough sleep is extremely important for their growth and development. Sleep helps with physical growth, neurosensory development, and brain development. It also helps babies learn better and may impact their temperament.
5 Diseases And Health Problems Caused By Vitamin A Deficiency
A vitamin A deficiency (VAD) is usually triggered by poor nutrition or health problems that interfere with its absorption. VAD can cause eye diseases such as night blindness, Bitot's spots, corneal xerosis or ulcers, and keratomalacia,. Anemia and poor skin and hair health are also common as are frequent infections. Young children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable.
11 Factors That Influence Your Chances Of Having Twins
Whether you can give birth to fraternal twins depends on your genes. Other factors that raise your chances include age above 35 years, a higher BMI, a diet rich in dairy products, and multiple pregnancies. IVF is known to hike the chances too. Do note, however, that the factors responsible for the conception of identical twins remain unknown.
10 Natural Remedies To Tackle Eczema In Babies
If your baby has eczema, use coconut or sunflower seed oil to moisturize and ease symptoms. Also try adding colloidal oats, rice water, or chamomile oil to your baby’s bath to soothe the skin and prevent itchiness and inflammation. Moisturizing the skin frequently, avoiding irritants, and using anti-scratch mittens can help. Give your baby probiotics to ease eczema linked to food allergies.