Colic in Infants
infants results in babies crying uncontrollably for extended hours.
Colic in infants does not in anyway interfere with the general health
of a baby and does not affect the dietary patterns of the baby and so
the baby feeds well even when this condition persists. Colic in infants
is confirmed if the baby cries for more than three hours a day continuously
for a day.
Temperament of the baby is considered to be one of the other causes of colic in infants, as this can make the baby highly sensitive to the environment. As a result, the baby may react to normal stimulation or changes to the environment by crying. One of the other causes of colic in infants is the immature nervous system of the infant which prevents the baby from regulating the crying once it starts. Continuous crying for long periods of time is one of the common symptoms of colic in infants. A baby looking uncomfortable or appearing to be in pain is one of the other symptoms of colic in infants. Babies lifting their head, drawing their legs up to their tummy, reddening of the face and passing wind are some of the other common symptoms of colic in infants.
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