Useful tips how to help your child with teething
When the baby’s teeth begin to erupt, the sensitive nerves of the gums are mechanically irritated and so-called gum itching develops, forcing the child to pull everything in the mouth and press it down with gum rolls.
The gum tissue itself is moved apart by growing teeth and this can cause pain. What can a child help if his teeth break through, and what drugs to use to relieve pain when erupting?
Teething differently endure teething. It happens, that this process proceeds imperceptibly and the appeared tooth is found out by a characteristic knock when feeding from a spoon.
Often the appearance of teeth causes increased salivation, and the baby does not know how to swallow such an abundance of saliva in time, and this, combined with a slight depth of the mouth, leads to its outflow.
In the area of the mouth, cheeks, chin and chest, this can cause rashes and other irritations.
Saliva can get into the respiratory tract and cause a cough, and if the baby swallows it too much, it can cause vomiting.
Gum pain and itching disturb sleep, lead to capriciousness, sometimes the temperature rises. The more teeth appear at the same time, the heavier the child suffers.