Less crying, more sleeping.
Young parents always want what’s best for their baby, but they also want what’s best for themselves – to sleep! Teething usually occurs within the first year after a child is born, a time where parents are already suffering from sleep deprivation. With a sharp tooth pushing through their tender little gums, it’s no wonder babies can’t stop crying!
If you’re searching for some much-needed remedies to soothe teething babies and help them sleep – we’re here to help! Read below to discover different ways to cheer up your cranky toddler in a flash.
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1. Frozen Everything
Let your baby chew on something cold to help numb and soothe inflamed gums. It may be one of the oldest tricks in the book, but putting a frozen washcloth, spoon or frozen fruit in their mouth is a simple, natural remedy that actually works.
2. Go Herbal
Herbal remedies for soothing baby gums have been around for hundreds of years, and with good reason. Rosehip and chamomile are two ingredients that have been shown to contain anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that can help calm your frustrated baby down.
3. Give Them a Soothing Gum Massage
Giving your little one a gentle gum massage with ISSA mikro is the perfect way to clean baby teeth and soothe gums at the same time. Made for babies 0 to 6 months and 6 months to 5 years, ISSA mikro reduces bacteria in the mouth by clearing away food fragments and residue while reducing your baby’s teething pain. Made of ultra-hygienic silicone bristles this extra-soft toothbrush will massage gums using 6,000 delicate pulsations per minute for a happy, healthy baby.
4. Have Them Sip from a Sippy Cup
If all else fails, sometimes a distraction is all your baby needs to feel better. If the baby is old enough, try offering them a slow flow sippy cup of cool water to suck on for comfort. It may sound simple, but it could be the difference between you getting 1 or 6 hours of sleep at night!