Does your baby hiccups often? What to do when you hiccup?

time:2022-10-02 03:17:12source:monlittlebaby.com author:Diet
Does your baby hiccups often? What to do when you hiccup?

Has your little one ever experienced hiccups that couldn't stop? Do you know why babies hiccups? One, it may be because of the wrong method of breastfeeding. When the feeding position is not correct, such as when the nipple is not currently on the baby's tongue, or when the bottle is not upside down during the feeding, and the nipple is not full of milk, it can cause the baby to swallow too much air. Or the pacifier is improperly selected, the shape or size of the pacifier does not match the baby's mouth, the pacifier hole is too large or too small, and the milk speed is too fast, which will cause the baby to burp. 2. It may be due to improper selection of food, failure to avoid food that may cause allergies to the baby, or the temperature of the food is too cold or too hot. 3. It may be that the timing of feeding is wrong. When the baby is too hungry and crying, feeding the baby will cause the baby to inhale too much air. Fourth, it may be due to improper nursing care during breastfeeding, and the baby's abdomen is cold when breastfeeding. Fifth, it may be the baby's indigestion, improper mental stimulation or the influence of disease and so on. What are the possible dangers of hiccups? When the symptoms are mild, there is no obvious discomfort, but in severe cases, the baby may spit up milk, cough or lose appetite, etc. So what should you do when your baby burps? One pat on the back, vertical hug and pat on the back after breastfeeding, or abdominal exhausting exercises for the baby. 2. Improve the method of breastfeeding. To improve your baby's feeding position, choose the right nipple and never feed too fast or too much. At the same time, pay attention to the temperature of the milk not to be too cold or too hot, and to keep the abdomen warm when breastfeeding. Do not breastfeed when you are too hungry, crying, or immediately after crying. Hold the breast upright for half an hour after feeding, or the rear of the breast is 30° high. sleep. With the correct breastfeeding posture:
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