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newgersy/ Unhappy relationships may lead to excessive crying in infants

Unhappy relationships may lead to excessive crying in infants






















A new study suggests that a mother's relationship happiness and level of social support might play a role which found infants of mothers who have low relationship happiness were more likely have colic than infantsof mothers with relationship happier.also mothers which have social support of friend and family have less baby with colic.

colic is a condition characterized by fussiness and excessive, inconsolable crying for more than 3 hours per day, 3 days per week, for more than 3 weeks. Babies with colic often cry at the same time each day, and most crying episodes occur in the late afternoon or evening, the causes of colic are unknown may be intestinal gases or over feeding.Kjerulff and team reached their findings by assessing the data of 3,006 women aged between 18 and 35 years who were a part of Penn State's first baby study . All women had given birth to their first child between January 2009 and April 2011.As part of the study, mothers were required to report how happy they were with their partner, how much social support they received from their partner, and the level of social support they received from family members and friends.Around 11.6 percent of new mothers reported that their infant had colic.    

'Love makes a difference'The specialists found that the more joyful moms were in their relationship amid and after pregnancy, the more improbable they were to have a newborn child with colic. This finding stayed even in the wake of representing post birth anxiety. and lots of happy

 relationships, and all of that's going to be better for the baby, "Love makes a difference.""Kjerulff.says"

  












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