Many careful mothers will find that the baby will shake his head during different stages of growth. Some mothers worry about anxiety because of this, while others are completely unfair. Then the baby often shakes his head. Is this phenomenon normal? Should mother worry? The following is for everyone to understand what is the baby's shaking his head, need to pay attention?
1. The nervous system is not well developed
In the neonatal period, due to the imperfect development of the nervous system, the nerve myelin sheath is incomplete, and its excitability is easy to spread, so it is prone to tremor. When the force is applied, the face will turn red and the head will shake. As the baby grows and the nervous system becomes more sophisticated, the situation will slowly disappear. However, if the baby has a high fever, the possibility of convulsions during febrile seizures is not ruled out. This situation should be promptly sent to the hospital for examination.
2. Uncomfortable sleeping, shaking your head to protest
The baby keeps shaking his head while sleeping. It may be that the room temperature is too high, or the quilt is too much, causing the baby to sleep uncomfortable, and the baby is hot and itchy, thus shaking his head to protest. In this case, you must pay attention to whether the ambient temperature of your baby is suitable, and do not overheat.
3. Expression of demand emotions
4-6 months at this stage to add food supplements to the baby, when the baby does not accept new food, there will be resistance and shake his head, will push away and said not to eat. In addition, when the baby is seven or eight months old, the baby's ability to imitate is very strong, and it will repeat the imitation of the "do not" taught by the adults to express it with a shaking head. Other babies are more sensitive to music and will show their feelings about the rhythm of music by shaking their heads. The baby will express emotions by shaking his head and swinging his body in about 6 to 10 months.
4. Balanced system development is immature