Once you begin to mourn, they lack the mechanism to calm down. In my experience, most mothers with children suffering from colic to tell the same story. Their baby fights going to sleep. They will not take a nap. Do not fall asleep once we get to go to sleep.
These poor babies never take the time to recover from all the stimuli they have taken the course of a day. So this is where you, as a parent, step in. Reduce environmental stimuli and recreate the feeling that your baby had while in the womb. Remember, in the womb, the baby was full of strength. It was dark.
It was hot. And the prominent sound she heard was the “buzz” of the blood flowing through the placenta. This “buzz” is a bit stronger than the noise of the vacuum cleaner. However, there are other elements that may have in the house that can calm your baby’s colic to sleep overstimulated. Most babies can be soothed by rhythmic, monotonous, low-pitched, ringing that is repeated at 60-70 beats per minute. Here are 10 points so you can try: open shower 1.A 2.A 3.A fan running dishwasher 4.A 5.A machine running strong, 6.A clock running bathroom fan with the lights turned on 7.A metronome set of 60 beats per minute 8.A radio tuned to static tuned to 9.A Jazz 10.Smooth static or easy listening station While listening to these rhythmic sounds, it is better to lower the lights, and make your baby comfortable. Remember, we are trying to recreate the feeling of being in the womb. Finally, it is true what you read. The colicky baby finally comes to an end. As your baby grows, and their brains increased in size, all circuits mature and learn the necessary tools to deal with survival. It only takes three to six months. Meanwhile, when you feel a crying outburst about to happen, turn out the lights? And turn all your appliances.