Baby Colic - the Definitive Guide for Parents Graham Kennedy

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Baby Colic - the Definitive Guide for Parents  by  Graham Kennedy

Baby Colic - the Definitive Guide for Parents by Graham Kennedy
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Having a baby with colic creates concern, distress and a sense of helplessness for parents, and blights the lives of millions of babies. However, the causes of colic are considered to be essentially unknown.Many doctors and other health professionalsMoreHaving a baby with colic creates concern, distress and a sense of helplessness for parents, and blights the lives of millions of babies. However, the causes of colic are considered to be essentially unknown.Many doctors and other health professionals see baby colic as a fairly normal, yet uncomfortable condition that unfortunately affects up to 20% of all babies.However, is baby colic really a “normal” condition of infancy, or has it just become so common that it is taken for granted- and what can we say about the causes of colic?In this book, the author sets out to uncover the truth behind baby colic, based both on research and extensive clinical experience.

After looking at what colic is, he then goes on to explore in detail the three primary causes of colic. Two of which will most definitely come as a surprise.Later chapters cover the different treatment options for colic, natural remedies for colic, dietary supplements and treatment for colic. He also looks at 17 different ways in which you can soothe a crying baby as well as how to find therapeutic approaches to help address the underlying causes of your babies colic.A must read for any parent with a new baby!



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