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Baby Crying Hyperventilate
I cried today for 2 hours most of it was hyperventilating and some was crying rely hard. Was this bad for my health and will this stunt growth?
Crying so hard: Nope.... Sometimes a cry is as good for your health as anything else. This is a real and common human experience. ...Read more
Waitin to see psychatrist but in the meantime I hyperventilate 24/7paper bag helps little not a lot crying on and off racing bad thoughts what can I do?
Many techniques help: If you are dealing with anxiety and panic, there are a lot of techniques that you can learn and practice on your own to help manage anxiety and panic. Take a look at "the anxiety and phobia workbook and "don't panic: taking control of anxiety attacks." both contain many helpful techniques and strategies that you can practice and that are are likely to help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Waitin to see psychatrist in meantime hyperventilating 24/7 paper bag helps a little not a lot crying on and off can't sleep feel sick what can I do?
Anxiety?: Not sure when your appointment with the psychiatrist is scheduled for, but it seems like u need to be seen soon since u r having these symptoms all the time. Recommend going to er for evaluation & letting them know your symptoms & that u have appointment coming up with a psychiatrist, so they can help you until u get seen. ...Read more
Last night I was crying and hyperventilating and after I was done my chest felt tight. When I take a deep breath it hurts. What is this?
Had 3 emotional/nervous breakdowns @ school (crying shaking hyperventilating) should I tell my therapist and psychiatrist? History: G.A.D Depression
Yes, you should tell both and see your psychiatrist for help with your medication while you work through with your therapist the things that led to these breakdowns. One thing to bear in mind is that being a teen in high school is emotionally stressful for everyone, you are not alone.
Work with your therapist to develop tools to handle stress and to identify your triggers. ...Read more
Discomfort/Fear: We all cry for similar reasons: fear, discomfort, and hunger. If you know your baby's tummy is full, the most common reasons are teeth or bad dreams (depending on their age). What can you do about bad dreams? Not much. But, teething can be helped with some Ibuprofen before bedtime. I also would check your baby's diaper, clothes, and bed to make sure that there is nothing causing them discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Your baby is crying all the time because (s)he is unhappy and maybe in pain. Figuring the cause of the discomfort is important. It could be colic, acid reflux, a reaction to something you are eating if you are breast feeding or to formula if you are bottle feeding. I would suggest a visit to your pediatrician for a more thorough evaluation and more detailed history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Helpful AAP website:: Http://www. Healthychildren. Org/english/ages-stages/baby/crying-colic/pages/responding-to-your-babys-cries. Aspx. If your pediatrician says she's healthy. With normal head & body growth, allow her to self-calm on her back in her crib. Leave the room & go relax once you've tried feeding, burping & changing her diaper.You'll soon learn how much stimulation she can tolerate. ...Read more
My baby crying as soon as we place her in car seat. Because of this problem we cant able to go any trip. How can we make her to calm down?
Ear plugs/phones: If s/he gets use to being strapped in for every short trip it should gradually get better. Fussing is the primary tool of infants, when they realize you don't change because of it they eventually opt for less. It is important NOT to attach mirrors or toys to the seat or surrounding area that might detach in a crash and hit them in the face. Check with www. Safekids. Org for more on car seat safety. ...Read more
Many reasons: Without knowing a whole lot more about your situation, I can't guess why your baby is crying. Sometimes there is a genuine medical problem, sometimes it's more a matter of an anxious personality, and sometimes it's just blowing off steam. Visit your pediatrician to go over the situation in depth so you can get a good answer to your question. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends.: If your baby isn't waking up during these episodes, they may be night terrors. If so, the best things to do are to ensure there is nothing in the crib to can get hurt on, and keep him/her on a consistent sleep schedule. If she/he has a habit of waking and then crying, as long as there is no medical cause for this, it's best to see if your baby can go back to sleep alone. His/her doctor can advise. ...Read more
The house, not the baby.
There are different techniques to calm a baby, depending on the age and reason for crying, but ultimately, babies cry, and the more frazzled you get, the more the baby cries. First thing to do (not easy, but essential!) is to get yourself unfrazzled. ...Read more
List of fixes: It helps if mom/dad make a list of what things they can do something about, for those times they are tired & can't think clearly. Offer feed if not fed within last 2hr. Warm if cold. Cool off if warm. Change if dirty. Console if in need of nurturing. A warm bath can relax them. If nothing works & baby is otherwise well, put on the headphones & let the kid figure it out. ...Read more
None: Crying is not a disease, a lot of normal babies cry significant amount of time per day. However one has to ensure that baby is not hungry, does not have wet dirty diaper and does not suffer from any sickness for example: colic, allergies, diaper dermatitis, meningitis and many others. In such instances treating disease will help to decrease crying spells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Safety: It is always safer to keep your eyes on the road than to try dealing with a crying baby. Some mothers position stick on mirrors where they can assess the immediate needs of the child with a glance. If needed, pull off the road and tend the child safely before returning to the road. The baby needs to stay properly positioned, rear facing in the seat at all times when traveling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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