Causes Of 6 Month Old Babies Are Addicted To Gadgets?
night r nI have a child aged 6 months, from childhood he likes to watch videos offline or on TV, so if he sees Tayo or your favorite body, he is very calm and even laughs funny myself, I limit it to 1 hour a day. but the more here he is cry if the video is given r nthe question is whether this is a gadget addict baby?
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Ideally, toddlers (babies under 5 years of age) are not introduced to gadgets yet. Indeed, today, our lives cannot be separated from gadgets. However, exposure to gadgets too early in toddlers, especially at the age of only 6 months, has more negative effects than positives. One of the negative effects that can be caused is addiction (addiction). This happens because the brain has the ability to record images that have been photocalled, and makes them want to see them again and again. Not only that, giving gadgets too early to toddlers can also cause a variety of other adverse effects, such as:
Developmental delays, including speech delays, because babies tend to receive information passively continuously Difficulty sleeping, because exposure to glare from gadget screens can reduce the production of the hormone melatonin, a hormone that triggers sleepiness Difficulty concentrating Impulsive and compulsive behavior Unstable emotions Tend to follow negative content that he watches from these gadgets, and so on. Just as you first introduce the gadget to your baby, stopping his addiction cannot be done instantly. However, with consistency and patience, this is not impossible. You should take the following steps as early as possible before it's too late:
Keep babies away from gadgets in any way, including by not playing gadgets near children Invite your baby to play, explore themselves and their environment, so that their memories about gadgets slowly disappear, such as by taking them for a walk, playing with babies their age, reading fairy tales, playing with dolls No matter how your baby whines, do not obey and do not give him gadgets, even for a moment. If the child is crying or fussy, calm him down, breastfeed, turn his attention to other things he likes Discipline the baby, in bedtime, eating, playing, bathing, and Other daily activities Do all the steps above consistently, including involving family members or carers who care for your baby. However, if the steps above have not succeeded in overcoming your complaint, do not hesitate to consult directly with a doctor or pediatrician so that treatment is given. more, yes ..
I hope this helps.