Development In Infants Aged 3 Months?
, my child is a 3 month old baby. u003cbr u003eThere are often nightmares at night. Sometimes he cries softly looks sad. U003cbr u003e Is it a danger and will affect his personality in the future? U003cbr u003eThank you
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Previously, what other symptoms did your baby have? And have these complaints happened repeatedly or only occasionally?
Babies do have a longer sleep time than children or adults and experience the growth and development of brain nerve cells. The large number of hours of sleep allows babies to dream more often than we do. Some of the things that may cause your baby to have nightmares are:
Fatigue Feeling depressed because the baby can actually feel all the emotions that are happening around him. If there are other people fighting, the baby can also feel the emotions felt by that person. As a result of the new experiences it has received, for example someone is pinching their cheeks too hard, or they feel they don't get the attention of their parents. can be formed from this point on. Try to keep the child feeling safe and comfortable by continuing to provide breast milk until the age of 6 months at least. During the breastfeeding process, a bond between mother and child will be created and make the child feel more secure and confident. After that you need to learn various kinds of parenting so that children can develop with strong personalities to face all the obstacles that exist in this world.
If you feel a problem arises or you find it difficult to understand how your child's personality is, don't hesitate to bring your child to consult a child psychologist to get the information and assistance you need in educating your children in the future.
For additional information you can read the following article: Early childhood development
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