5 Tips to Soothe Your Colicky Baby

3 October 2016

A fussy baby means no sleep – for Baby or Mom & Dad.

So what’s keeping you up at night?

Colic is a common up-all-night problem, which can leave your little one tired and irritable (you might feel the same!). So how do you encourage some much-needed sleep for the both of you?

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Clean diaper. Full belly. What else could be the problem? In newborns, extended periods of crying could be colic, especially if your baby appears inconsolable.

Watch for the signs. If your little one has frequent bouts of intense crying, passes gas during these crying jags, or pulls his legs up when crying; it could be colic.

When? Symptoms may occur within the first month of life but generally peak around 6 weeks and end when baby is 3 to 4 months.[1]

To ease your baby’s symptoms, try these tips:

  • Burp your baby frequently, especially after feeds.
  • Massage your baby’s belly gently.
  • Give them a warm bath or place a warm compress on their stomach.
  • Rock your baby and offer a pacifier.
  • Bring baby out for a drive. Just be sure not to hit the road if you’re too tired.

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Help soothe your baby’s colic symptoms with Cocyntal!

Cocyntal is a homeopathic medicine developed specifically for babies aged 1 to 6 months. It relieves baby colic symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps, spasms and intestinal gas.

Available in sterile, drinkable unit-doses, Cocyntal is easy to administer and free of dyes, preservatives and sugar.

Aside from these ideas, you can never give too many cuddles!

This homeopathic medicine may not be right for everyone. Always read and follow the label.

[1] http://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/pediatrics/symptoms-in-infants-and-children/colic

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