An 8-month Baby Can’t Eat Team Rice?
In the morning, I want to ask my children aged 8 months and 2 weeks, why is it still not able to make rice, yeah? dy also can not crawl and learn to sit. must sit in bru can
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Babies are usually new to adept at consuming foods that are more dense texture when he is approaching 1 year. Therefore, your baby who cannot consume team rice at the age of 8 months is not necessarily a disorder. This can naturally occur influenced by habitual factors.
Not only that, not yet your baby can not consume team rice can also be based on many other factors, for example, do not like the taste, the consistency is not appropriate, the baby is full (for example due to drinking too much or eating other food), his appearance is less attractive, or also experience certain health problems, such as digestive disorders, chronic infections, thyroid gland disorders, malnutrition, and so on.
As for insomnia that your baby experiences at night can also occur due to improper sleep patterns, such as prolonged naps, irregular hours of sleep, or jet lag. It could also be difficult to sleep in infants due to uncomfortable sleep conditions, or because he feels uncomfortable sensations in his body, such as pain, tightness, nausea, fever, cough, runny nose, and so on. Not being able to sit alone and crawl at the age of 8 months is not necessarily a serious disorder.
Our advice, you do not panic. First check your child to the doctor or pediatrician to be evaluated, whether your child's condition is still considered reasonable, or dangerous and needs special treatment. At home, you can go through the following steps:
Make a varied children's diet every day
Feed the child a little, but often
Never force or scold a child when they don't want to eat
Reduce the provision of snacks between meals to children
Do not carelessly give children supplements or appetite enhancing drugs
Keep your child busy with lots of play and jokes in his daily life, so that at night he can more easily get sleepy
Limit your nap time
Don't give your child a gadget too early
Hope this helps ...