Newborn sleep

[Guide] Sleep is very important for newborn babies, and new mothers should pay attention to whether the baby’s sleep time is sufficient. The normal sleep time of newborns is about 20 hours, and after two months of birth, the baby needs to sleep 18 hours a day. When 4 months old, the baby usually needs 16 hours of sleep, and when it is 9 months old, it is reduced to 15 hours. When the baby is 1 year old, it is enough to sleep 13-14 hours a day. Of course, this is just a reference. Sleep often varies from person to person. As long as your baby is healthy and has no problems with your diet, don’t worry.

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Newborn sleep shortness of breath

Some mothers find that their baby is breathing fast, like breathless, very worried about whether the baby is not I got sick. This situation does not need to worry, because the baby is mainly born by abdominal breathing, so you see his little belly up and down, and their breathing is faster than normal adults, the number of breaths is quiet when About 40 times per minute. If your child’s breathing rate per minute continues to exceed 60 to 70 times, even if the breathing is short, this time often indicates a respiratory or other systemic disease. However, be sure to count the number of breaths in a quiet situation. When the child is crying, the number of breaths will increase. newborn sleep

Newborn sleep less

Infant sleep refers to infants due to various internal factors or external factors such as hunger, calcium deficiency, bloating, too much daytime excitement or environmental changes, Urine and the like affect the quality of sleep, resulting in reduced sleep time or easy to wake up. There are many reasons why a baby does not sleep well. Calcium deficiency is one of the primary factors that cause a baby to sleep unsteadily, and most of them will take it into account. Hunger is more common in newborns and babies within three months. At this time, you need to breastfeed or breastfeed to solve. A slightly older baby can rule out this factor if she is full before going to bed. newborn sleepNewborn crying Sleeping

The daily work of caring for the newborn has been exhausted by the parents. When the baby is sleeping, he is relieved. Who knows that the new baby does not buy the account, let the milk daddy nurse how to swear, just crying and not sleeping. What is the matter of newborn crying and not sleeping? The exhausted daddy nurse is eager for a detailed analysis of the great gods. In general, newborns crying and sleeping are related to the following factors:

1, the central development is imperfect

The central nervous system development of newborns is still not perfect, and the conditioned reflexes of day and night sleep have not been established. If you sleep for a long time during the day, you will not fall asleep at night, and your parents will cry without stopping.

2, parents are not sensitive to baby reactions at night…

Newborn sleeping and snoring

What is the newborn sleeping and snoring? Is it a normal physiological phenomenon? This is one of the most important questions that novice moms want to know. Let’s take a look!

Snoring is a normal physiological phenomenon, mainly related to stimulation from the brain through the transverse nerve to the diaphragm of the diaphragm muscle, as it usually occurs just after drinking milk. The reason may be that the baby often cries or eats too fast when feeding, and swallows a lot of air to cause snoring; sometimes, if the stomach blows into the wind and cold, or eats cold food, etc., it causes irritation and snoring symptoms. Other rare causes are related to gastroesophageal reflux and diseases such as pneumonia, or adverse reactions to drugs. …

Newborn sleeping and turning white eyes

A lot of careful parents will find such a phenomenon, the cute baby turned his eyes when he was sleeping! What is going on here? Let’s get to know it right away.

The newborn baby sleeps and sometimes looks down, it feels like flipping his eyes down, and sometimes when he sleeps, his eyes are half-baked, and occasionally there will be a situation of flipping his eyes upwards. Sleeping and not sleeping.

When the baby sleeps lighter, the eyes are not as closed as the eyes are closed, so from the perspective of our baby, the baby has a white eye. At this time, it is a habit of the baby to sleep. Ordinary people sleep the same, because the night is black with lights, so the eyes are not obvious, and the eyes are not obvious, which leads us to develop the habit of sleeping in the blink of an eye. For the baby, the baby’s eyeball is downward, which makes us look like it is turning over. …newborn sleep

Newborn convulsions while sleeping

A lot of people have experience of convulsions. When you see a delicate baby twitching, when your parents are very distressed. Let’s take a look at the basic information about convulsions when a newborn sleeps!

Newborn convulsions are a manifestation of transient cerebral dysfunction. Neonatal cerebral cortex development is not yet complete, so limb activity is mainly controlled by the subcortical center, so limbs are involuntary and purposeless. Jitter. As the development of the cerebral cortex gradually matures, the “control” of the child’s limbs activity is gradually transferred from the subcortical center to the cerebral cortex, and this involuntary shaking of the limbs gradually disappears.

If you suddenly hear the sound, there will be shaking of the whole body muscles; these are normal when you suddenly turn from sleep to waking. In addition to systemic or local muscle twitching, more common findings such as nystagmus, binocular gaze, repeated blinking, loud screaming, facial muscle fibrillation, and forearm swinging back and forth are all signs of convulsions. Some newborns also show apnea and complexion purpura. …