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Slow factors in the development of baby's movement


There are countless reasons for the baby's slower movement. Here are some factors that can slow down this process.

Slow factors in the development of baby's movementThe development of the baby's movement is a complex musculoskeletal and neurological process, which can be passed on to every child at different times. These include muscle tension problems, intrauterine abnormalities, or mild oxygen deficiency that has affected the baby during birth. However, it is possible that an external environmental factor is slowing down the normal rate of development.

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It is important to understand that is the consequence of an internal make-uptherefore, we should not force the haste of each phase, but it is also necessary to provide space and games to keep this development going for you. Here are some slow factors that may come up:

1. Abdominal deficiency

Most babies can lift their head by laying on their belly at 2 months. A couple of days after childbirth, it is worth noting that the child is not only lying on the back, as it does not strengthen the head, and then the muscles needed for lifting the heart. Make sure you spend enough time on your tummy!

2. It's too soft

At 4-5 months of age, due to the increased need for exercise, the baby's mobility is not enough. You need more space and motivational games to move, turn around. Let's drop him a blanket, a play mat on the ground, where he can start exploring the world, a series of first-rate games.
Many times, unfortunately - because of the arrival - parents do not dare to eg. putting the doll hard on the ground allows it to move only on the couch, on the bed, where there is no stable base and it cannot perform the movements well.

3. Speeding up the movement

You should not hesitate to make movements appear and we don't want to teach everyone any form of movement of the baby. It is forbidden to force the incapacitated child into violence, as my back muscle does not try to hold the spine. Allow your baby to have more of the stomach to strengthen the muscle groups that are needed for this. If you can keep your tiny one back, don't spend too much on this position because movement is the most important thing at this time. Passive posture may adversely affect the development of motion. Likewise, prematurely standing and exercising should not be encouraged, as neither the muscles nor the coordination can cause the child to move or rest.

4. Transit by Hand

Specialists also warn us to walk the baby by hand, as long as you are unable to do so on your own. That's it we are demonstrating movement development, because the natural equilibrium does not develop, and it will be unfathomable to start in the following.

5. Using the baby ferry

Although the ferry makes it easier for your baby to move around, you almost do not have to make any effort that can affect your mobility very badly. This device only hinders the development of safety, the improvement of personal coordination, and the coordination of the movement of the lower and upper limbs.Related articles on Child Development:
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