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How to Calm Your Baby Easily According to a Pediatrician

Hello Friends, it is a wonderful day here. Bob Hamilton, a pediatrician, has a good way to calm our newborn. He has been doing it now for about 30 years. One of the great joys for him as a pediatrician is able to care for literally thousands of newborn children.

One of the challenges that pediatricians have in taking care of children is trying to communicate clear and precise information to their parents. A lot of times over a baby who’s crying very very loud and I have utilized two techniques and I called “the hold” over the years which is very helpful in calming children and keeping them quiet. So today I'd like to show you how I do that. This is a simple hold. I think you'll understand. These are the ways to calm your baby easily.

First, you have to pick up your baby. Fold his right arm like this and his left arm in front and then very gently hold his arms like this. Hold his little bottom and gently rock him up and down just like that and you can see that you can comfort him.

In making him quiet again, hold him with your right hand for his little bottom.  Shake him gently back and forth. Bring him up and down very gently. And sometimes, you can stir him to the left and stir him to the right. Everything you do must be very gentle. Don't do jerking motions ever you hold a child with the fleshy part of your hands.

Now with your fingertips, support his chin. He can lift his head up here. That’s why you have to hold a 45-degree angle because they can throw their head back and you can lose control of the baby very quickly. By rolling your finger around his chin, the child will quiet down.

Finally, if your baby does not quiet down think about two things. Maybe your baby is not feeling well. They're ill or maybe your baby is hungry. Finally, find that the whole is very helpful for the first two to three months of age. After that, your baby becomes too heavy and it's very difficult to hold a baby's down for it. So hopefully, this is helpful to you. Thank you for your attention.

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