Fussy Babies Each Want To Sleep?
I want it, my baby is 9 months old but why is he always going to sleep well that afternoon or even mlem always crying out of nowhere when I roll around?
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Babies can cry for many reasons, including hungry babies, overly sleepy babies, uncomfortable baby diapers, or babies feeling uncomfortable in their bodies (for example, their teeth hurt because they want to grow, flatulence, itching on the skin, etc.). Before you put your baby to sleep, you must of course make sure that your baby is not hungry and that the baby's diaper is clean. Another thing you need to make sure is the comfort of the baby's bedroom. Make sure the bedroom is dark enough (no glare), not noisy, room temperature is quite comfortable for babies. One more thing you need to consider is whether the baby is sleepy or not.
At the age of 9 months, babies do not need as much sleep when the baby is still 1-2 months. At the age of 9 months babies generally need a total of 12-15 hours of sleep, divided into 10-12 hours of sleep a night and 2 naps with a duration of 1-2 hours each. If indeed the baby is not sleepy, the baby may be more difficult to sleep. Babies that are too tired and too sleepy can also have more difficulty sleeping (therefore skipping nap time is also not good for baby's sleep). Try to put your baby to sleep before the baby is too sleepy or too tired.
Another thing you can do to help babies sleep more soundly is to install a constant noise (white noise) before the baby sleeps. Performing bedtime routines (eg suckling, bathing, having a tooth, reading a book, singing a lullaby) can also make your baby sleep more predictably so that your baby can sleep more easily. Make sure you also don't do activities that are too stimulating, such as excessive joking with babies, watching TV, playing toys with a loud or blazing sound.
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