Why is the baby hiccupping?

renhan
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Why is the baby hiccupping?

Postby renhan » Fri Aug 03, 2018 5:57 am

Hiccups in children, as well as in adults, are caused by a reduction in the diaphragm. By the way, scientists still do not know for sure what and for what purpose a person hiccups.
Many mothers wonder how babies can hiccup in the womb, because they don't even breathe. But hiccups have nothing to do with breathing.

ichigo
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Re: Why is the baby hiccupping?

Postby ichigo » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:17 am

Temperament of the baby affects the time when the child will go. Calm, balanced observers are not in a hurry to walk. They are comfortable to explore the world slowly and they feel great sitting or crawling. Independent fidgets on the contrary quickly seek to learn more and make the first steps very early.

renhan
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Re: Why is the baby hiccupping?

Postby renhan » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:52 am

The child can already link their actions and the result, for example, if you pull a hand, a toy with a bell will ring, and if you throw it out of the crib, it will fall to the floor.
Tiny still studies objects, trying on " a tooth." This is an absolutely normal way to learn the world for half-year-old children, which can not be perceived as a bad habit.
The child already knows his name and responds to it with a smile and excitement. The kid attentively listens to the speech of an adult. If you tell him about any familiar large object, crumbs immediately find his eyes.

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Re: Why is the baby hiccupping?

Postby lenny » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:57 pm

The second month of the child's development can be called a period of"recovery". During this period, he not only looks at your face, but also can distinguish your emotional state. You smile at him or Vice versa angry, calm or sad. And when you come to his bed, the baby begins to wave chaotically arms and legs. In the second month of life the child is more confident holding his head. 8-)


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