As babies take in a lot more liquids than adults, they also gulp a lot more air. This can make them gassy and have tummy pains later on. Burping should be part of your daily routine to ensure your baby lives in comfort and joy. As they will need baby bibs for stain-free meals, they will also need soft and ultra-absorbent burp cloths for drip-free burp sessions.
But if you need more reasons to make burping a habit, read on to know its benefits:
When babies are being fed, most of them are most likely not yet self-aware to pause every now and then. During feed times, they could take in excess air that could interrupt their digestion. Being too full with air can eventually make them uneasy. Make sure to listen to your baby, as they could cry as a signal that they are uncomfortable with gas.
Burping is an important part of feeding. It prevents discomfort, pre-empts spit-ups, and reduces pain. But don’t stress if you can’t burp your baby instantly, for some babies are just gassier than the others. Even if there is not enough evidence to show how burping could stop colic episodes, this is still a way to soothe your baby’s fussiness at times.
The air sitting on your baby’s tummy might cause them to become unable to sleep properly. Understand that if your baby sleeps soundly and well all throughout the night, then so will you. Gently carry your baby and try making them burp to clear some gas. With burping, you can give them ease of comfort and yourself peace of mind.
Now that you know these benefits, it would be easier for you to make burping a common practice. This is so ultimately, your baby could fully enjoy an active day and a peaceful night every time.
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