Doctor insights on:
Why Do Babies Fight Going To Sleep
Change: A babies perception may be stressed as they enter into a sleep phase as they don't understand leaving an awake state. They are aware something is happening but don't wish it too. Try playing soothing white noise - spa music - in the background to help the baby relax. Avoid rocking to sleep as they will get used to it and will grow older and have sleep issues unless always rocked. ...Read more
My 3 months old baby cries out loud every day at night only before going to sleep all day he is active and feeds well what could be reason ?
Fatigue, anxiety: Babies at 3 months do get tired but do not understand the concept of sleep. They have enough memory to handle their wakeful periods, but really just pause between them.They do not seek or understand sleep until into their 2nd year. An illness or food reaction would cause fussiness all the time.This often improves as they pas 4-5 months and can roll over and entertain themselves more as they settle. ...Read more
I've forgotten to rush my baby's first tooth before going to sleep these past two nights. Also, I'm using filtered tap water for her formula. Harm?
After theralac my 1 yold baby has more cramping, pain, cries more during the night, difficulty going to sleep. Can probiotic cause all these symptoms?
Thetalac: Possible. Discuss with the pediatritian.Get a more detailed answer ›
My baby has itchy eyes nose and ears? Can you help? She's 8 months old and is having trouble going to sleep because of it
I'm having sleep paralysis tonight and everytime i attempt to fall asleep, i get into that sleep paralysis and have to fight out of it. Any suggestion?
Sleep paralysis: Sleep paralysis can be related to poor sleep quality but also with narcolepsy. If you experience weakness of the face/body with changes in emotion, sleep attacks, and/or hallucinations while falling asleep or waking up, you should be evaluated for narcolepsy. If not, you should focus on getting a quality amount of sleep every night. In either case, seeing a sleep specialist should help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Comfort her: There are many reasons for the baby not to be comfortable and refuse to go to sleep. Things which make baby uncomfortable are dirty diaper, hunger, loud noises and light around. Baby over exhausted, over tired, over sleepy. Then there are medical reason like stuffy nose, fever, formula problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Create a tired place: Babies do not understand or desire sleep like an adult.They drift off like you would in a boring lecture. In the womb the norm was sound (hesrtbeats) and comfort. You need to create a comfortable "tired place" where baby can go to settle and drift off, day or night. Try to use the same area for day & night naps. A fan buffeting in the background helps. Subdued light helps. Avoid direct stimulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Why do my hands go to sleep?
- Why do hands go numb while sleeping?
- Why do my hands go to sleep at night?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Why do my hands and legs go numb while sleeping?
- Why do my arms go numb while sleeping?
- Why do my fingers go numb when sleeping?
- Why do my toes go numb when i sleep?
- Talk to a pediatrician online