The Baby Is Shaking His Head To The Right?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your child's condition requires direct observation and observation, to find out how often he does it, how long, what accompanying symptoms that arise, and approximately whether the reason he did it was more due to physical or mental disorders. This is important because this is a complaint that is quite rare, and it is not impossible actually the reason he did it has nothing to do with the habit of playing the gadget.
Among the possible conditions that might reasonably describe is called Tourette's Syndrome. Tourette's syndrome is a condition in which the sufferer suddenly makes a movement or say something that is not controlled. This condition first appears at the age of 2-15 years, and more often in men than women. The cause is still unknown but is believed to be influenced by genetics, brain nerve disorders, and disorders and infections experienced by mothers during pregnancy. Treatment of this condition can be taken by taking medication, therapy, and brain stimulation.
Regardless of whether or not this condition is true for your child, as we have stated before, a direct examination is needed to better understand about this disease and confirm the diagnosis and treatment. Our advice is to have your child consult a pediatrician, or a child psychiatrist, and if symptoms are rare, to ensure the doctor can get an overview of the symptoms later, you can film them first at home to show the doctor later. With a direct check, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, spend more time with your child, avoid him from the avid gadget by inviting him to play with others, show your affection, provide support and meet his nutritional needs. So, hopefully answering your question.