my child has started to wait, but since his sleeping time has become messed up, it results in fussing and continues to add to his fussy double teeth. My question is how do I set the child’s bedtime again?
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The baby's insufficient sleep quantity, coupled with the inadequate quality of sleep, can make babies feel uncomfortable, so they tend to be more fussy. Plus, good sleep plays an important role in supporting the baby's growth. Therefore, mothers need to be careful in regulating their baby's sleep patterns.
A baby's sleeping patterns can be messy due to a variety of factors:
Lack of discipline, jet lag Discomfort in the baby's body, for example due to being too full, too hungry, flatulence, colic, or swollen gums due to the emergence of milk teeth An environment that is not conducive, for example too noisy, glare, stuffy, stifling, or noisy Suffering from certain illnesses, for example fever, brain tumors, meningitis, etc. Generally, this can be resolved slowly with good habituation. You can do the following:
Schedule baby meals at the same time every day. Babies aged 6 to 7 months, usually only eat 1 to 2 times a day. You can feed him between 7 and 9 a.m. and between 15 and 17 p.m. Meanwhile, if your baby has been eating 3 times a day, feed him around 6 to 8 a.m., 11 a.m. to 13 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Avoid giving babies to eat too close to bedtime, because the condition of the stomach that is too full can make the baby uncomfortable. Give the baby to eat moderately (not too much) but regularly Recognize foods that often make your baby experience digestive disorders, and as much as possible limit the provision of these foods. Keep giving your baby breast milk and drinking enough water. Also get your baby to sleep and wake up at the same time Dim the lights and silence sounds when it's nearing bedtime Give the baby a teeter to reduce discomfort in his teeth before teething To help your baby sleep easier, you can sing a lullaby that can make your baby more comfortable. If the above steps still don't work on your baby's condition, don't hesitate to have your baby checked by a pediatrician. yes..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah