Children Aged 2 Years Can Not Sit And Are Afraid When Lying Down?

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when my child is lying on his back sometimes afraid like falling from a height … not able to sit normally / often fall keblkang like looking for a handle .. hyper active child when helped to stand up … eat well too hungrily … how to overcome it huh?

1 Answer:

Hello Exx Choco,

The development of a 2-year-old child normally is:

Speak combining 2-3 words
Children can communicate needs such as asking for a toilet, asking for food, asking for a drink, and so on
The child can mention the names of the designated objects or parts of his body when taught
Children can take off their own clothes
Children can run
Hold the object well and throw it
Kicking the ball
Up and down stairs accompanied
Like to imitate others

The development of each child will be different. This is influenced by many factors ranging from maternal pregnancy history, childbirth factors, nutritional intake provided, stimulation factors or stimuli provided by parents, and so on. Developmental disorders can also arise due to a disease or syndrome suffered by children. Causes of developmental disorders in children include:

Genetic or chromosomal disorders, for example Down syndrome, Edward's syndrome

Nerve disorders or infections such as cerebral palsy, Rubella infection

History of high risk babies: premature births, low birth weight babies, severe illnesses suffered by infants in early birth who need intensive care in the long term

Developmental disorders can be in the form of gross and fine motor disturbances, language disorders, and personal social / independence disorders or a combination of 2 or more disorders so that they are referred to as global developmental delay (GDD). You need to have your child checked by a pediatrician if you notice any of the following danger signs in a child's development:

Primitive reflexes that persist after age> 6 months. (reflexes grasping when placing a finger on the palm of the hand, movements such as groping the air or as shocked when the child is laid suddenly into the supine position, reflex drip or suckle if incised the finger near the cheek or mouth of the child, etc.)
Abnormal movements in the child's limbs or asymmetrical between the right and left sides
Muscle tension or excessive muscle tightness
Children still often put objects in the mouth after age> 14 months
Children cannot speak words that have meaning at 24 months of age
Children have no interest in objects
Children do not respond to sounds

Children with developmental disorders are not necessarily accompanied by growth disorders (weight, height). To determine the diagnosis of developmental disorders in children requires a history of complaints and data on childbirth, a history of pregnancy from parents as well as physical examination and development screening by pediatricians. Appropriate treatment can provide better results if developmental disorders are detected earlier. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.

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