Is It Normal For Babies Not To Sleep For 1 Day And 1 Night?
Babies in the first months of life spend up to 17 hours a day sleeping. At the age of 3 months, the average baby sleep hours ranged up to 15 hours. Babies wake up usually because of hunger, and also the discomfort they feel. Thus, when your baby wakes up for up to 24 hours, it is important to explore the causes of the baby not being able to sleep, namely:
baby feels pain in certain areas of the body baby's diaper is wet with urine or feces baby feels cold or hot baby feels scared or uncomfortable with the environment around him baby feels hungry It's important for you to find out why your baby is not sleeping. If it occurs only once it may be ignored, but if this condition occurs repeatedly, it is important to do a clinical evaluation with a pediatrician. Therefore, do not hesitate to check with a pediatrician if the condition does not improve or seems worrying. Here we attach an article about baby sleep hours. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief