Ways to deal with a baby

Cleaning hands

Before conceiving the child, you must ensure that you wash and sterilize your hands before dealing with the child, whether it is to calm him or breastfeed him, and attention must be paid to sterilizing the hands of others, as the infant does not have a strong immune system yet, so he is vulnerable to infection, or perhaps infection from others. Therefore, it must be ensured that everyone handling the infant is sterile and free of infectious diseases.

Pay attention to the infant's head

Paying attention to a newborn's head is usually a matter of concern to parents, because attention should be paid to it and support the infant's head; Because a newborn child does not have strong enough muscles to maintain his small head, and if the head is handled incorrectly, this may cause harm and pain to the child's head, and in the worst cases that may occur, failure to properly handle the child's head can cause the brain to move in The skull, which causes him significant brain damage, so much attention should be paid to this point, and the infant should be treated in a gentle and calm manner.

Kindness in treatment

The infant A newborn baby is not ready for any kind of rough play, it should not be shaken hard or bounced on the knees, and the child should not be thrown in the air, as all of this negatively affects his health, and attention must be paid while riding the car and limiting the excessive bounce, And you should avoid anything that has roughness, because excessive shaking of a baby can cause him bleeding in the brain, and this is very dangerous.

Cover the infant

Covering the baby with baby swaddling pads is important. Because it keeps the baby warm, and makes him feel safe, so the child must be covered completely except for the face and neck, and swaddling is also recommended for children under the age of two months, and the swaddle should not be too tight, so the child must have space to move his old and his knees, and attention must be paid to it so that it does not lead to Shortness of breath in a child.