Dear pregnant mother, you may listen to the mother who has a baby talking about the hard work of feeding night milk. Especially when the baby is crying at night, it makes people crazy. Think about not long, oneself also want to experience this kind of test, have you already prepared psychologically? It's really hard to pacify your baby at night, so it's very important to understand his needs, which can greatly improve your efficiency of pacifying your baby. Usually, for newborn babies, in addition to the night cry caused by hunger, there may be the need to change diapers, wear too much cover and colic.
Colic is a problem in the process of baby's development, because the baby's intestinal and neural development are not mature enough, the movement or peristalsis of the digestive system at all stages can not be well controlled by the nerve coordination, resulting in the intestinal gas can not be smoothly discharged, colic will appear. When the baby has more gas in the intestine, it will drain foam, and defecate is more laborious and more frequent.
Colic is a kind of self limited development problem. It usually disappears after 4-6 months. Parents don't have to worry too much. There are two ways to relieve colic: physical therapy and drug therapy. The most effective physical therapy is to press the abdomen properly, such as holding the baby tightly, or letting him lie on the prone position, sucking and feeding. The main drug therapy is methylsilicone oil, 10 drops each time, 3 times a day, directly into the mouth before feeding, for two weeks.
In addition, probiotics also have a certain effect. Probiotics can increase the number of probiotics in the intestine, regulate the intestinal balance, and relieve colic.
Colic as a common symptom of infants, there is a fundamental reason is that the diet is too clean. Food hygiene is of course important, but it can not be excessive, because probiotics are anaerobic bacteria and harmful bacteria are aerobic bacteria. When infants eat, it is inevitable that air will be inhaled into the intestine, which requires some anaerobic bacteria to consume the air inhaled into the intestine. If there is no appropriate intake of harmful bacteria, it will increase the possibility of colic and flatulence in infants.