Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tips for dealing with a hiccuping baby

Hiccups caused by contraction of the diaphragm muscle that occurs suddenly. Hiccups can also occur in infants and in general do not require treatment or medical action. Generally hiccups in baby can disappear by itself within a few minutes. But that hiccups in your baby could be lost within a short time, you can help your baby by doing the following treatment:
  1. Burping, or pat baby's back gently to make it happen burp. Recline your baby in an upright position on your shoulder and pat his back gently.
  2. Do check on a baby pacifier drinking. If the baby swallows too much air, it is probable hiccups in babies. This could be due to the large hole size dot that is not appropriate.
  3. Massage the back of the palate infant, using cotton that has been moistened with water.
  4. Move the cotton is to the front and back are smooth, for about one minute, or more.
With this kind of care tips, you can remove your baby's hiccups sooner, rather than allowing it to stop the hiccups it selves.

1 comment:

  1. During the first few months you can be sure that your baby will hiccup at regular intervals, particularly when baby gets excited or just after a feed. Hiccups are quite normal and are nothing to be alarmed about.