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When Will My Baby Stop Being Frightened And Crying When She Hears Loud Noises
See below: As a child grows up they will become more and more tolerant of loud noises. Your child is showing a normal startle reflex at this point. Some children will always be startled by unexpected loud noises, though they will react in a different way as they grow up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother ia 52yrs. While she sleeping when she heard some noise she wake up and her heart beat fast . What happen?
Adrenalin discharge: We have small glands on top of our kidneys called adrenal glands. These glands secrete adrenalin. Adrenalin causes our hearts to beat faster and harder. If we are suddenly startled, frightened or become angry, this discharge of Adrenalin prepares us for the ensuing moments. This is called the 'fight or flight' response. It is a normal consequence of being suddenly awakened. No harm here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother has trouble breathing when she's sleeping. She sometimes faints when laughs and randomly gets sleepy.
Mom needs to see doc: There is a neurological disorder called narcolepsy in which people fall asleep inappropriately, and experience sudden loss of mucle tone with emotional arousal such as hearty laughter. That may cause a falling to the ground, but not true fainting (loss of consciousness). Breathing trouble is not part of narcolepsy. Sleep apnea, more common in obese people, may cause excessive daytime somnolence. ...Read more
Loud music or screaming loudly near 2 and half months baby ear and baby start crying loudly..Does it affects baby ears or what?
My baby is 9 wks old sleeps on back when will she stop jerking herself awake even when it's extremely quiet in the house?
Normal reflex: The startle or Moro reflex is active in infants for up to 4 months asleep and 3 months awake. If you can limit the environmental sounds or movements nearby, she should not do this as much. ...Read more
When my autistic son gets overly excited he constantly covers his ears, it has nothing to do with loud noises. How can I get him to overcome this?
Stimming and safe: This might be stimming or self stimulation behavior. It is safe and does not need special training to remove. A wonderful resource is the thinking person's guide to autism http://www.Thinkingautismguide.Com/ this website has great information about autistic children and adults as well as support for care givers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fiance snores. When he starts i nudge him to roll over, and he wakes up angry. Neither of us are sleeping. Help!
Let him see his Dr: And get checked for sleep apnea, allergies, weight problems etc. Putting ear plugs and sleeping in separate rooms may work in the short term. (it works for me and my honey). God bless u both! http://www.medicinenet.com/weight_gain/symptoms.htm. http://m.helpguide.org/articles/sleep/snoring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 2 month baby cries with excessive rage and when he stops he gaps while breathing even when he falls asleep for a while. Is this normal or harmful?
Mgt/workup: Please observe her carefully for any changes in lip or skin color. Babies sometimes will gasp after a brief pause, and their respiratory pattern is developing. If the pause is longer than 10 seconds, I would recommend a test called an apnea test. If you upload the sound, and would like to schedule a consult an appointment can be made. ...Read more
My son is 6 weeks old and often screams and cries when he's set down, especially when it's me that sets him down. He's been really fussy lately. Help?
Your pediatrician : Needs to see your baby. If you're bottle-feeding because of your medications, ask your doctor to watch him feed & to show you the " colic carry." if he's healthy, it won't hurt him to cry, but he'll swallow air & need burping. Put him on his back in his crib, drowsy but awake, having wiped out his mouth after the last feed, at the same time nightly, so he learns to self-calm & consolidate sleep. ...Read more
When should babies stop being swaddled? My 2m baby startles too much and wakes up but the swaddle allows her to sleep through the night.
Toddler choked while giving her medication. She coughed, cried, and scream, and seems to have a hard time when talking. ?
ER: ER ASAP, TRI SLIGHT BACK TAP BETWEEN SHOULSER BLADES. ...Read more
My 3 year old doesn't stop moving even when he is relaxing he is constantly moving, he doesn't stop moving in his sleep. Should i worry?
Reply: What exactly do you mean by "moving".Does it mean tossing and turning or shaking of any arm or leg please explain so it can be figured out. ...Read more
My 11 month old baby turns purple when he cries or gets angry and he stops breathing is this bad? What can I do so that don't happen?
Breath-holding : Spells can occur in infants, sometimes with " passing out" from constriction of blood vessels in the brain from blowing off carbon dioxide. If it's a breath-holding spell, you'll need to ignore it in an 11-mo.-old so it won't become a "learned behavior." you'll only be able to do so after your pediatrician rules out cardiac or neurological problems that shouldn't be ignored. ...Read more
3 yo had a tantrum to the point of crying so hard he couldn't breath. It's been 2 hours and hes still making the shuddering noise from crying. Worry?
My baby is 3 months and will only sleep in stroller. When can I stop worrying about sids if she doesn't crib sleep?
6 months: Sids is related to more than sleeping in a crib. For everyone's well-being, get baby out of a stroller for sleeping and into an empty crib with a firm mattress. No pillow, animals, blanket or bumper pads. Have her tummy-sleep. Don't smoke. Once she is rolling over consistently both ways, you can feel comfortable that sids is highly unlikely, usually by 6 months. The crib is the safest place! ...Read more
My mother gets really bad headaches she says she hears loud plane like noises inside her head also clear liquid comes out from her ears while sleeping?
See below: These are symtoms that need to be evaluated thoroughly her physician. He/she will be able to discuss his/her findings and suggest a plan. ...Read more
My mom is losing her hearing. She says its worse when she grinds all night and feels ear full. But I stil worry.?
I get loud noises in years when falling asleep often. Not tinnitus but loud flashes that can happen once or constantly when trying to doze off.
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