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What are the reasons for my baby's constant crying

 Many mothers from the child's constant crying and asking about the main causes of continuous crying and how the child can be calmed down, and that your child relies heavily on you to meet all her requests, whether it is food, warmth, or to give her a feeling of comfort, and that crying at the child is his way of trying to communicate with you to get According to his needs and to draw your attention, and sometimes it is difficult for you to know the reasons for your baby crying and what are his needs that he wants to obtain and as your child grows, he learns new ways to communicate with you such as eye contact, smiling and making sounds.

Reasons for a baby crying:

There are some reasons your baby might cry and what you can do for L before he needs food to calm him down.

Your baby may cry because he is hungry:

Where hunger is one of the most common reasons that a child cries because of it, especially if your child is a newborn, and the younger your child, the greater the possibility that he is crying because of hunger, and that your child's stomach is small and he cannot keep much food inside, so it does not take long. Before he needs to eat again, and therefore if you are breastfeeding, try to breastfeed again even if it has not been for a long time since the last breastfeeding, and your child will teach you his way when he gets enough of the breastfeeding by keeping him away from your breast and to stop Crying, and if your baby is breastfeeding, your baby may not need to consume more milk at least two hours before his last breastfeeding.

Your baby may cry because of colic:

If your child is crying a lot and there is nothing unhealthy about him, then he may have stomach cramps, and one of the symptoms of colic is that your child becomes red and tired and all your attempts to calm him fail and he may grip him or raise his knees or arch his back, as the main reason is The continued crying of the child is not clear, but it is common in children and many experts believe that it is just a normal stage of development, and other experts believe that the cause may be associated with the presence of stomach problems, which included sensitivity or intolerance to milk, or it may be due to constipation or vomiting.

The child needs to sleep:

As your child may find it difficult to go to sleep, especially if he is very stressful, and whenever your child is young, the signs of his need for sleep are clear and you will need to count only weeks in order to know these signs, and among the signs that explain your child's need to sleep is crying from The simplest things are looking at the emptiness and for it to be calm and steady in its place, so try to breastfeed your child in a calm habit so that he can calm down and go to sleep.

Feel cold or hot:

Where you can find out if your child is feeling cold or hot by feeling his stomach or the back of his neck, and you should not rely on the temperature of your child's hands or feet as they are often colder than his entire body, keep the temperature in your child's room between 16 degrees and 20 degrees Put it on his back with his foot on the cover and that way he will not be able to feel hot, and make sure that your child does not wear a lot of clothes so that he does not feel very hot and as a general rule, your child needs to wear an additional layer of clothes than you need to wear.

Needs a nappy change:

Where your child may be crying because his nappy may be wet or rotten, and this may not affect some children except when their skin begins to irritate, and if your child does not like changing his nappy, this may be due to the feeling of cold air that occurs on his skin, and after a week The birth, you will become an expert in changing nappies quickly and you may also be able to distract your baby by singing to him or putting up a toy for him to look at during a diaper change.

 Your child is not in good health:

If your child is not in good health, then the sound of his crying will often be different from other times, his voice may be weak, rapid and continuous, or it may be high-pitched, and likewise, if your child is crying constantly and then suddenly becomes unusually quiet, he may also be tired. And also, the onset of teeth may cause your child to become more distressed than usual, and children are often irritated and unstable in the week before the appearance of the new teeth.