Causes And Overcoming A 2-year-old Child Difficult BAB?
Does a 2-year-old baby find it difficult to have difficulty falling asleep tends to be angry and tumble to sleep?
Hello Yadierna, thank you for the question.
Basically a child will be as fussy as your child does because there are uncomfortable conditions or make him feel disturbed, such as:
Your child feels hungry or thirsty Has a bowel or bladder disorder Sleep disturbance An environment that feels uncomfortable for him (eg too hot, cold, glare, etc.) Feeling an uncomfortable state of his body (eg sweating a lot, abdominal pain, etc. Other) Your child is sick. Because there are several causes for a child to become fussy, you should first consider what might cause the complaint from several possible causes as noted above. If you feel your child is becoming fussy due to sleep difficulties and defecation, then you should consult this with a pediatrician for proper examination and therapy to reduce the disorder and also to determine whether there are no other conditions that cause your child to be fussy.
In the meantime, you can also try to create a comfortable atmosphere to help your child get a good quality of sleep such as maintaining a comfortable room temperature while your child sleeps, keeping the bed clean and your child clean before going to sleep. Also make sure your child consumes enough food according to age and enough fiber from vegetables or fruits. Also make sure your child drinks enough water to help expedite his bowel movements.
I hope this helps.