What sleep signals appear when a baby is about to go to sleep? Let's take a look at your baby's sleep signals

time:2022-10-02 03:23:15source:monlittlebaby.com author:Make one's mouth water
What sleep signals appear when a baby is about to go to sleep? Let's take a look at your baby's sleep signals

1. Early sleep signals: [1] Eyes: daze, straight eyes, eyelids twitching or upper and lower eyelids fighting, unable to concentrate. [2] Movement: Reduced activity, slower movement, less pronounced sucking, and gradually quieter. [3] Language (speaking): The language is reduced, and the response is significantly slower even when communicating or calling with him. [4] Response: Reduced excitability, little interest in things around, even if you bite things or tease with toys that your baby usually likes to play with, it is difficult to attract their attention. 2. Mid-term sleep signals: rubbing eyes, yawning, daze is more obvious, squinting, dozing (drowsy), and even appearing emotional. 3. Late sleep signals: (1) shaking head, scratching head, scratching hair, scratching ears, scratching cheeks, wiping face, wiping mouth; (2) gnawing hands, gnawing on surrounding objects, looking for milk on the left and right sides, and making a “吭姧” in his mouth "Crackling" sound (purpose: wanting to breastfeed and fall asleep, or want to get sucking comfort, combined with other signals, it can be distinguished from hunger, teething, etc.); (3) Vigorous and regular shaking of the head and some random waving of hands and feet; (4) Bad temper, screaming, restlessness, crying. 4. Sleep signals when overly tired: [1] Excessive or excessive physical activity: such as constantly waving the limbs and twisting the body, constantly changing patterns, [2] Irritability, collapse, crying, crying, excessive During the excitement period, you can move all the time, but you can't concentrate, appear a little impatient, have a temper, look excited, anxious, more stimulated, have difficulty falling asleep, and become more noisy. Some; some children will scream; the signal when they are overtired waved their limbs, scratched their face, pulled their ears or pulled their hair and kept rubbing their eyes, restless, collapsed, crying, crying and irritability. Suggestions: ① When the baby has a sleep signal , Shake gently in front of the crib in time, hold it until quiet, and put it into the crib before falling asleep to exercise the baby's ability to sleep on his own. ② For babies without obvious sleep signals, you can try to go to bed on time and in a fixed place (fixed room, fixed cot) to maintain the baby's biological clock. 5. Bad signals during sleep: (1) Startles: Occasional occurrences within the normal range, but frequent occurrences. Attention should be paid to the possibility of brain damage, including vitamin B6 deficiency, intracranial hemorrhage, hypoxic-ischemic brain injury, high fever, Fright, excessive excitement (such as excessive watching TV or playing games, causing mental stimulation or overwork), etc., as well as gastrointestinal discomfort (such as intestinal spasm, colic), etc.; on the contrary, those who do not have any startle after sound stimulation, need to pay attention possible hearing damage. (2) Dreams: mostly due to mental stimulation or overwork during the day. (3) Teeth grinding: Occasional occurrence is normal, but if it occurs too much, attention should be paid to discomfort caused by teething or gingivitis and indigestion. (4) Sweating: It is normal to occasionally occur. Excessive sweating is mostly caused by excessive internal heat, accumulation of food, weak constitution, and long-term serious illness. (5) Nocturnal cry: Especially for 1-3 months old babies, they cry at night, which is difficult to appease, accompanied by constant twisting of the trunk and frequent farting. Attention should be paid to the possibility of intestinal spasm and colic. Pay attention to the WeChat public account: Jingying Early Education to learn more about parenting.
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