Infants Under 2 Months Often Hit The Head When Curing?
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Resilience is usually one way to stretch a body that feels achy. This action is naturally done, not only by adults, but also infants. By stiffening, a baby's body that feels uncomfortable, for example because of lying too long or because it is blocked by the use of clothes that are too tight, will feel relaxed again.
There is no standard for what normal pulses. The movement of stroking your baby which often causes his head and cheeks to be hit too may not be an abnormal. Therefore, don't worry about it ...
Most importantly, keep your baby's nails always short, so that no injuries occur when his hand hits his head or cheek accidentally. Also make sure you give your baby clothes that are comfortable, not too tight, and sleeping pads and play that are flat, not too soft, but also not too hard. Avoid your baby playing or doing activities alone without adult supervision to avoid dangerous events.
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