Any of several large carnivorous mammals of the family CANIDAE that usually hunt in packs.
The state of feeling sad or dejected as a result of lack of companionship or being separated from others.
A theorem in probability theory named for Thomas Bayes (1702-1761). In epidemiology, it is used to obtain the probability of disease in a group of people with some characteristic on the basis of the overall rate of that disease and of the likelihood of that characteristic in healthy and diseased individuals. The most familiar application is in clinical decision analysis where it is used for estimating the probability of a particular diagnosis given the appearance of some symptoms or test result.
A field of study concerned with the principles and processes governing the geographic distributions of genealogical lineages, especially those within and among closely related species. (Avise, J.C., Phylogeography: The History and Formation of Species. Harvard University Press, 2000)
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
The species Canis latrans in the family CANIDAE, a smaller relative of WOLVES. It is found in the Western hemisphere from Costa Rica to Alaska.
The process of cumulative change at the level of DNA; RNA; and PROTEINS, over successive generations.
A competitive nine-member team sport including softball.
The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.
Writings having excellence of form or expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal interest. The body of written works produced in a particular language, country, or age. (Webster, 3d ed)
The sounds produced by humans by the passage of air through the LARYNX and over the VOCAL CORDS, and then modified by the resonance organs, the NASOPHARYNX, and the MOUTH.
The aggregate of various economic, political, and social policies by which an imperial power maintains or extends its control over other areas or peoples. It includes the practice of or belief in acquiring and retaining colonies. The emphasis is less on its identity as an ideological political system than on its designation in a period of history. (Webster, 3d ed; from Dr. J. Cassedy, NLM History of Medicine Division)
A species of CARDIOVIRUS which contains three strains: Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus, Vilyuisk human encephalomyelitis virus, and Rat encephalomyelitis virus.
Calamities producing great damage, loss of life, and distress. They include results of natural phenomena and man-made phenomena. Normal conditions of existence are disrupted and the level of impact exceeds the capacity of the hazard-affected community.
Procedures outlined for the care of casualties and the maintenance of services in disasters.
Regulations to assure protection of property and equipment.
Decisions, usually developed by government policymakers, for determining present and future objectives pertaining to the health care system.
The decision process by which individuals, groups or institutions establish policies pertaining to plans, programs or procedures.
A syndrome characterized by DYSARTHRIA, dysphagia, dysphonia, impairment of voluntary movements of tongue and facial muscles, and emotional lability. This condition is caused by diseases that affect the motor fibers that travel from the cerebral cortex to the lower BRAIN STEM (i.e., corticobulbar tracts); including MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS; MOTOR NEURON DISEASE; and CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p489)
An involuntary expression of merriment and pleasure; it includes the patterned motor responses as well as the inarticulate vocalization.
To utter an inarticulate, characteristic sound in order to communicate or express a feeling, or desire for attention.
A general term most often used to describe severe or complete loss of muscle strength due to motor system disease from the level of the cerebral cortex to the muscle fiber. This term may also occasionally refer to a loss of sensory function. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p45)
Process that is gone through in order for a drug to receive approval by a government regulatory agency. This includes any required pre-clinical or clinical testing, review, submission, and evaluation of the applications and test results, and post-marketing surveillance of the drug.
An agency of the PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to maintaining standards of quality of foods, drugs, therapeutic devices, etc.
Messages between computer users via COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS. This feature duplicates most of the features of paper mail, such as forwarding, multiple copies, and attachments of images and other file types, but with a speed advantage. The term also refers to an individual message sent in this way.
Mechanical food dispensing machines.
The guidelines and policy statements set forth by the editor(s) or editorial board of a publication.
The profession of writing. Also the identity of the writer as the creator of a literary production.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
The functions and activities carried out by the U.S. Postal Service, foreign postal services, and private postal services such as Federal Express.
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
A disorder caused by hemizygous microdeletion of about 28 genes on chromosome 7q11.23, including the ELASTIN gene. Clinical manifestations include SUPRAVALVULAR AORTIC STENOSIS; MENTAL RETARDATION; elfin facies; impaired visuospatial constructive abilities; and transient HYPERCALCEMIA in infancy. The condition affects both sexes, with onset at birth or in early infancy.
A viral encephalitis caused by the St. Louis encephalitis virus (ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS, ST. LOUIS), a FLAVIVIRUS. It is transmitted to humans and other vertebrates primarily by mosquitoes of the genus CULEX. The primary animal vectors are wild birds and the disorder is endemic to the midwestern and southeastern United States. Infections may be limited to an influenza-like illness or present as an ASEPTIC MENINGITIS or ENCEPHALITIS. Clinical manifestations of the encephalitic presentation may include SEIZURES, lethargy, MYOCLONUS, focal neurologic signs, COMA, and DEATH. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p750)

What is distinct about infants' "colic" cries? (1/156)

AIMS: To investigate (1) whether colic cries are acoustically distinct from pre-feed "hunger" cries; (2) the role of the acoustic properties of these cries versus their other properties in accounting for parents' concerns about colic. DESIGN: From a community sample, infants were selected who met Wessel colic criteria for amounts of crying and whose mothers identified colic bouts. Using acoustic analyses, the most intense segments of nine colic bouts were compared with matched segments from pre-feed cries presumed to reflect hunger. RESULTS: The colic cries did not have a higher pitch or proportion of dysphonation than the pre-feed cries. They did contain more frequent shorter utterances, but these resembled normal cries investigated in other studies. There is no evidence that colic cries have distinct acoustic features that are reproducible across samples and studies, which identify a discrete clinical condition, and which are identified accurately by parents. CONCLUSIONS: The most reliable finding is that colic cries convey diffuse acoustic and audible information that a baby is highly aroused or distressed. Non-acoustic features, including the prolonged, hard to soothe, and unexplained nature of the cries may be specific to colic cries and more important for parents. These properties might reflect temperament-like dispositions.  (+info)

Crying significantly reduces absorption of aerosolised drug in infants. (2/156)

AIM: Therapeutic aerosols are routinely used in the management of infant obstructive airways disease. Infants often become distressed during administration. The aim of this study was to determine the influence of distress and disease severity on the absorption of aerosolised drug in this age group. METHODS: Fifteen infants, eight with resolving chronic lung disease of prematurity (mean age, 13 months), and seven infants with normal birth histories (mean age, 11 months) were studied. Flow through small airways was assessed by measurement of partial forced expiratory flow volume curves. Each infant was then given a dose of 20 mg nebulised sodium cromoglicate via a Sidestream nebuliser and distress was graded as: 1, not distressed; 2, distressed. Infants were excluded if contact with the mask was lost for more than 10 seconds. Urine was collected for eight hours and analysed for excreted drug by radioimmunoassay. RESULTS: Sodium cromoglicate is absorbed by the respiratory epithelium, and undergoes renal (43%) and hepatic (57%) excretion. A mean of 0.43% of the total nebulised drug dose was excreted in the urine of the non-distressed infants compared with 0.11% of total dose in the distressed infants. Flow through the small airways was significantly reduced in infants with chronic lung disease of prematurity. Maximum flow at functional residual capacity did not correlate with the amount of drug in the urine, but the degree of distress did. CONCLUSION: To maximise absorption, nebulised drugs should be given to settled infants. The degree of airways disease does not influence drug absorption in this age group.  (+info)

Does topical amethocaine gel reduce the pain of venepuncture in newborn infants? A randomised double blind controlled trial. (3/156)

BACKGROUND: Topical amethocaine provides effective pain relief during venepuncture in children, and has been shown to have a local anaesthetic action in the newborn. AIM: To investigate the effect of topical amethocaine on the pain of venepuncture in the newborn. DESIGN: Randomised double blind placebo controlled trial. SUBJECTS: Forty newborn infants, gestation 27-41 weeks (median 33), age 2-17 days (median 7), undergoing routine venepuncture. METHOD: A 1.5 g portion of 4% (w/w) amethocaine gel (Ametop; Smith and Nephew, Hull, UK) or placebo was applied to the skin under occlusion for one hour, then wiped away. Venepuncture was performed five minutes later. Facial reaction and cry were recorded on videotape. Pain was assessed using a validated adaptation of the neonatal facial coding system. Five features were scored at one second intervals for five seconds before and after venepuncture. No or minimal pain was defined as a cumulative score of below 10 (out of 25) in the five seconds after needle insertion. Each author scored the tapes independently. RESULTS: There was close agreement on scoring of the tapes. One infant was excluded because of restlessness before the venepuncture. Of 19 amethocaine treated infants, 16 (84%) showed little or no pain compared with six of 20 (30%) in the placebo group (p = 0.001). The median cumulative neonatal facial coding system score over five seconds after needle insertion was 3 compared with 16 in the placebo group (p = 0.001). Of the 19 amethocaine treated infants, 15 (79%) did not cry compared with five of 20 (25%) placebo treated infants (p = 0.001). No local reaction to amethocaine was seen. CONCLUSION: Topical amethocaine provides effective pain relief during venepuncture in the newborn.  (+info)

Economic evaluation of strategies for managing crying and sleeping problems. (4/156)

AIMS: To estimate the financial cost to the NHS of infant crying and sleeping problems in the first 12 weeks of age and to assess the cost effectiveness of behavioural and educational interventions aimed at reducing infant crying and sleeping problems relative to usual services. METHODS: A cost burden analysis and cost effectiveness analysis were conducted using data from the Crying Or Sleeping Infants (COSI) Study, a three armed prospective randomised controlled trial that randomly allocated 610 mothers to a behavioural intervention (n = 205), an educational intervention (n = 202), or existing services (control, n = 203). Main outcome measures were annual total cost to the NHS of infant crying and sleeping problems in the first 12 weeks, and incremental cost per interruption free night gained for behavioural and educational interventions relative to control. RESULTS: The annual total cost to the NHS of infant crying and sleeping problems in the first 12 weeks was 65 pound sterling million (US$104 million). Incremental costs per interruption free night gained for the behavioural intervention relative to control were 0.56 pound sterling (US$0.92). For the educational intervention relative to control they were 4.13 pound sterling (US$6.80). CONCLUSIONS: The annual total cost to the NHS of infant crying and sleeping problems is substantial. In the cost effectiveness analysis, the behavioural intervention incurred a small additional cost and produced a small significant benefit at 11 and 12 weeks of age. The educational intervention incurred a small additional cost without producing a significant benefit.  (+info)

The effect of additional shots on the vaccine administration process: results of a time-motion study in 2 settings. (5/156)

CONTEXT: The introduction of combination vaccines to the pediatric regimen offers the possibility of reducing the number of injections required to reach full vaccination status. Fewer injections benefit the patient/child and the parent/caregiver, and the healthcare provider may benefit from savings in personnel time associated with vaccine administration. To date, however, these savings have not been quantified. OBJECTIVE: To study the vaccine administration process in a managed care environment. STUDY DESIGN: We studied 2 settings in which vaccinations were administered: (1) a devoted injection room and (2) the examination room as part of the well-child examination. For each setting, we documented the vaccine administration process, identified vaccine-related activities, and quantified the time savings in each activity by reductions in the number of shots. PATIENTS AND METHODS: For vaccine recipients younger than 2 years, time-motion data on vaccine-related activities in 2 managed care settings were collected by a professional industrial engineering consultant. Activity time data by the number of shots administered were analyzed using linear regression adjusting for patient age. RESULTS: We observed 276 vaccination visits (137 in an examination room, and 139 in an injection room). Total nurse time associated with vaccine administration decreased by 2.4 and 1.7 minutes per shot eliminated in the examination room setting (P = .006) and in the injection room setting (P < .001), respectively. Significant time savings were realized for activities associated with vaccine preparation, vaccine injection, and administrative duties. In addition, infant crying time decreased by 1.0 and 0.4 minutes per shot eliminated in the examination room and injection room settings, respectively (P < or = .001 for both). CONCLUSIONS: Significant reductions in vaccine administration time could be achieved by eliminating injections during a well-child regimen.  (+info)

Extent of fussing and colic type crying preceding atopic disease. (6/156)

In a prospective follow up of 116 high risk infants, a 24 hour behavioural chart on seven consecutive days was analysed at seven and 12 weeks of age. Of children who manifested atopic disease at 2 years, 44/116 (38%), had shown significantly more fussing during the seventh, and colic type cry during the twelfth week than those who remained healthy (72/116, 62%).  (+info)

Systematic review of the occurrence of infantile colic in the community. (7/156)

AIMS: To assess the occurrence of infantile colic in the community and the need for professional help; and to study the influences of potential determinants of infantile colic. METHODS: Surveys were identified by a systematic search in Medline (1966-98) and Embase (1988-98). Retrieved publications were checked for references. Studies selected were community based, prospective, and retrospective surveys on the occurrence of infantile colic published in English, German, French, or Dutch. Occurrence rates were calculated as percentages. Methodological quality of the surveys was assessed by two assessors independently with a standardised criteria list containing items on method of data gathering, definition of colic, and drop out rate. RESULTS: Fifteen community based surveys were identified. The methodological quality varied considerably and was generally low. Even the two most methodologically sound prospective studies yielded widely varying cumulative incidence rates of 5-19%. Referral rates or the need to seek help because of crying were consistently lower than occurrence rates for prolonged crying as such. Gender, socioeconomic class, type of feeding, family history of atopy, and parental smoking were not shown to be associated with colic. CONCLUSION: Occurrence rates of infantile colic vary greatly according to methodological quality. A considerable number of parents reporting prolonged crying do not seek or need professional help.  (+info)

Trigeminal schwannoma associated with pathological laughter and crying. (8/156)

A 46 year old man with trigeminal schwannoma displayed symptoms of ataxia with pathological laughter and crying. The tumour developed in the cerebellopontine angle, compressing the pontomesencephalic structures backward, extending in the posterior parasellar region and Meckel's cave. No recurrence of laughter and crying attacks were noted after total removal of the tumour. Theories of mechanism of pathological laughter and crying reported in the literature are reviewed.  (+info)

The sound is characteristic to its source, to the circumstances during the propagation, and to the perceptible capacity of the observer. The classical question in the noise control is true also in the present; if the received sound is disturbing or not? On the other hand, give the troublesome noise carried sound signals any information to the observer, or they are fully unwanted? The case study is a new approach to analyze the infant cry. The infant cry seems to be a typical noise as a social point of view, but it is a very important information source in medicine, in infant care and in the family. Since the last few years weve been involved in traditional medical researches in our country to obtain the cry signal of young infants. The acoustic analysis of the cries produced important aspects of explanations. Infant cries may refer the life demands, different illness symptoms and moods of the investigated infants. Our latest research results give possibility to elaborate a rapid method for ...
Background This study contrasted annual rates of difficult behaviours in emergency departments among cohorts of individuals who were homeless and low-income housed and examined predictors of these events. Methods Interviews in 1999 with men who were chronically homeless with drinking problems (CHDP) (n = 50), men from the general homeless population (GH) (n = 61), and men residing in low-income housing (LIH) (n = 58) were linked to catchment area emergency department records (n = 2817) from 1994 to 1999. Interview and hospital data were linked to measures of difficult behaviours. Results Among the CHDP group, annual rates of visits with difficult behaviours were 5.46; this was 13.4 (95% CI 10.3-16.5) and 14.3 (95% CI 11.2-17.3) times higher than the GH and LIH groups. Difficult behaviour incidents included physical violence, verbal abuse, uncooperativeness, drug seeking, difficult histories and security involvement. Difficult behaviours made up
The very first cry of neonates is marked by their maternal language. This seems to be especially apparent in tonal languages, where pitch and pitch fluctuation determine the meaning of words. Chinese and German scientists under the leadership of the University of Würzburg have demonstrated this phenomenon for the first time by with newborn babies from…
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All babies cry, but the tears can take a toll.. When nothing you do soothes your crying baby, you might feel anxious. What if theres something wrong and you miss it? What if you lose control?. Take heart in your ability to care for your baby - and to recognize when youre reaching the end of your rope.. When your baby cries, start with the basics.. A crying baby might simply need to be fed, burped or changed. Maybe its time for a nap, a change in position or a session in the rocking chair. Or perhaps your crying baby needs a little more - or a little less - attention.. If your baby seems otherwise OK but the crying continues, do your best to stay calm. Getting tense or upset might only make the crying worse.. Remember, crying doesnt hurt anyone - including the baby.. To stay in control of the situation, you might:. ...
When your baby cries, he or she is communicating a certain need to you. This eMedTV Web segment takes an in-depth look at what the various cries sound like and what they mean. This article also offers tips on how to calm a crying baby.
Infants normally cry from 1 to 3 hours a day. It is perfectly normal for an infant to cry when he or she wants to communicate hunger, thirst, discomfort, tiredness, or loneliness. It is also normal for a baby to have a fussy period in the evening. However, if an infant cries too often it may suggest a disorder that requires treatment.
Background It should be expected that the neonatal period is wrought with tears and crying - and not just from the proud parents. Interpreting a new infants cry is a challenge that many parents, new and experienced, face. From hunger to soiled diapers to simply wanting to be cuddled, these cries may be benign. According…
A second set of questions has to do with the role of the trapped rat in triggering its rescue. The authors refer to the possibility that high-pitched distress cries were annoying to the free rat, who might have released the cagemate in order to stop all that crying. However, they used a bat-cry detector to record the calls, and reported that such calls were infrequent. This assumes that the pitch of the cries was the disturbing part, whereas human infants cries differ in many ways other than pitch during different emotional states, and the same may be true of rats. Although the report alluded in a note to the role of smell in rat emotional contagion, and although the container and arena were carefully washed between observations, there seems to have been no attention paid to the role of airborne pheromones in possible distress of the free rat. Finally, although the researchers reported the sexes of the free rats, they did not specifically state this about the trapped rats. Because the ...
Life is full of disappointments. Disappointments arise when someone or something fails to meet our expectation or hope: an infant cries and is not picked up; a toy breaks or is lost; rain prevents an outing. As the child grows, its expectations grow, generating a potential for greater disappointments. Disappointments are a part of normal life, but they can lead to frustration. In turn, frustration can breed bitterness. Yet those who trust in the Lord have another way to deal with disappointment. Disappointment need not control you when your will or some specific plan is defeated. When you think what should have happened was blocked, consider the end results rather than whether or not you had your own way. (In missing a flight or getting delayed in traffic, some have been spared from plane crashes and car accidents.) Disappointment need not control you when your requests or prayers are denied. Before succumbing to disappointment, ask yourself, Was my will or desire right? Did I have the right to ...
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(HealthDay) -- Cycled lighting (CL) during neonatal care reduces an infants fussing and crying behavior at 5 and 11 weeks corrected age and correlates with a trend toward higher motor activity during daytime and improved ...
A Louisiana couple was arrested Friday night after police discovered they had left their 6-month-old infant in their hot car-because they forgot she was there.. Walker police were called to a Wal-Mart parking lot around 7:15 p.m. to check on a crying infant who had been left in a hot car.. Officers found the little girl crying hysterically in her car seat in the back of the vehicle, which had to have been hotter than 80 degrees.. After making sure the baby was uninjured, the officers called the Office of Child Services.. After getting the baby out of the locked car, and seeing that the child was hungry and needed to be changed, Walker Corporal Mitchell Fouse purchased diapers, formula and a clean outfit for the child, using his own funds. He then gave the baby a bottle and calmed the child while waiting for OCS representatives to arrive, said Captain John Sharp.. When a man and woman walking toward the car identified themselves as the childs parents, investigators were able to determine that ...
YouTube parents SebastianL2012 of a four month old baby boy discovered by accident that the Star Wars theme song has magical abilities to calm the baby d
In the meantime it is just a trial and error thing to find the things that work to soothe him. And the tough thing is that some things only work once or twice. Some of the things that worked for us was that he did like his pacifier, so that helped soothe him. And sometimes holding him in a sideways position helped. But honestly it was a matter of getting through it as best as we could by taking shifts at night so we each could get a little sleep and things like that. His colic occured in the evenings and night up until 2 or 3 am, so it was really hard and frustrating ...
How did my mother turn into such an unfeeling, out-of-control, violent, abusive Borderline Mother? Immune system interaction with the vagus nerve changes infant-child development within malevolent environments.
When I woke up on Wednesday morning, I saw this interesting video on my Dads of Triplets Facebook feed, featuring a doctor in Santa Monica, CA with a proven method to stop a baby from crying. Throughout the day I had about 5 people send this to me via email, text message and Facebook message.…
At this early age, crying is a babys only form of communication. At first, all of a babys cries sound similar, but parents soon recognize different types of cries for hunger, discomfort, frustration, fatigue, and even loneliness. Sometimes, a babys cries can easily be answered with a feeding, or a diaper change. Other times, the cause of the crying can be a mystery and crying stops as quickly as it begins. Regardless of the cause, responding to your babys cries with a comforting touch and words are essential in helping your baby learn to trust you and rely on you for love and security. You may also use warmth and rocking movements to comfort your baby.. ...
Bridgette with Cousin Tyler - Friends Already!. Im excited to report that Bri has also started babbling. She strikes me as an observant soul, judging by her piercing gaze and ability to listen carefully to voices and music. However, until this week she showed no interest in vocalizing herself, besides an occasional cry. On Sunday she sat in her swing and said, Aaaah, and Ooooh, and Aeii for about an hour, intermittently interspersed with sighs. Shes been gracing our ears with similar sounds since.. Lastly, although its not too hard to get Bri to smile for the camera (she likes the camera... it sparkles...) Ive realized that we have not accurately represented her various moods. For the record, she spends about 90% of her time asleep and playing calmly. The other 10% is split between really happy (1%) and really mad (9%). Her really mad cry sounds like a slow machine gun, A-kak-a-kak-a-kak-a-kak! Strangely, even this has its charm.. ...
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The researchers also found that children who were high in hyperactivity (diagnosed with ADHD rather than ADD) tended to have milder symptoms if they regularly played in a green and open environment (such as a soccer field or expansive lawn) rather than in a green space with lots of trees or an indoor or built outdoor setting.. The researchers found no significant differences between boys and girls or income groups in terms of the relationship between the greenness of play settings and overall symptom severity.. Kuo noted that the findings are correlational, and dont by themselves prove that routine playtime in green space reduces symptom severity in children with ADHD. But in light of all the previous studies showing a cause-and-effect relationship between exposure to nature and improved concentration and impulse control, she said, it is reasonably safe to guess that thats true here as well.. The study was performed with Hatch Act funds, and with support from the U.S. Department of ...
I am a competitive individual who is driven and likes to win. Tell me what happened in the last match? Upon graduation, I interned at a school for children with behavioral concerns. A residency interview is a job interview, and you should dress accordingly. A great place to start is to understand the reasoning behind the question. This role has helped me to learn more about the auto industry, how to approach high-end buyers, and how to keep myself organized in a bustling and open environment. Typical and difficult interview questions: The following is a list of standard questions that are often addressed in some form or other, as well as some difficult questions. Here are the times when I have achieved the manufacturing of products at the optimal possible price, quality, and time. This question can turn any well-prepared candidate inside out. Can I get some insight on how to approach some of these broad type questions: Tell me about yourself. I would say that I am both analytical and creative, ...
Reduction of the daily average crying time from baseline to the end of the treatment period, to less than 3 hours a day, the cut-off proposed by Wessel and number of responders versus non-responders in each group at the end of the ...
Harvesting algae from open environments is a major obstacle to large-scale production of algal biofuels. Current harvesting methods are species-specific requiring a monoculture, and either contribute to a net energy loss, or they render the algae unsuitable for anaerobic digestion. ...
In the preceding post on this blog, I discussed the need for risk assessment for proposed uses of genetically modified (GM) algae in open-pond reactors or other open environment applications. I made the point that government regulations were largely in place to ensure that such risk assessments occurred, and moreover that regulatory schemes assume that…
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If those cues are missed the baby will become increasingly active to signal the need to breastfeed. If these more active cues are missed the baby will then begin to cry. The very act of crying means that the baby is now stressed, and in more of a sympathetic fight or flight type state. In this state babies tend to be much less coordinated and it is much more difficult for the baby to latch. Not only is the baby less coordinated, but his tongue is in the wrong position. When a newborn cries he lifts his tongue up towards the roof of the mouth. When he latches he needs to bring the tongue down and out to attach under the breast. In practice what may happen with a crying baby is that he puts his mouth to the breast but cant attach to the breast and so continues crying. He may shake his head at the breast or have flailing arms and hands as he cant get latched on well. Perhaps he does manage to latch but the attachment is shallow and the mum has pain and he isnt able to drink easily. All of this ...
Calm Crying Baby When my baby used to cry, I used to feel distraught, anxious and helpless. My husband explained to me that babys cry, its normal. That helped me feel Continue Reading →
If you dont mind, I need to vent! Let me start by saying that I know how hard it is to be a nurse!.....but Im having a couple of issues with some of them in the moderate care area. In the I.C.U. we had such friendly and caring nurses for the most part, but in Gavins new area there are a few that, I think, should not be working with babies and children. I try to give them the benefit of the doubt, but anyway, some of them are not friendly and dont take the time for the caring part of the job. I believe this is the most important part of a nurses job, especially when working with children! Some seem annoyed having to comfort a crying baby and when they have to do anything extra. They only have 2 patients in moderate care and do stay mostly busy, but get plenty of help from parents. They seem to forget that the family and patients are going through a very difficult time and have emotional and even normal needs as well! Some get upset when a baby is crying and dont try to comfort them! Last ...
In conclusion, stress and emotional problems during pregnancy increase the chances of having an excessively crying baby. Women with multiple antenatal risk factors are at particular risk.
Now, besides all that mushy stuff, we have some very active kids lately. The napping situation hasnt exactly worked itself out completely but it is getting better. I have come to rely on the swings a little to help. Listen, ya gotta do what ya gotta do! They need sleep, Mommy needs her sanity & have time to complete some daily chores so if the swings have to be used, then so be it! Honestly, it was something I never wanted to do but when you have 2 crying babies that are exhausted & freaked out about being alone in their cribs, then you will try ANYTHING. Im not too excited about it b/c I really want them to nap the whole time in their cribs BUT the end result is babies that arent well rested & if you have more than 1 baby, you know how important it is to have happy babies. Shoot, even w/ 1 baby, you know what I am talking about. Just imagine 3 babies having a meltdown...ACK! Sofi is still quite the champ & will fall asleep in her crib w/ no problems & stay that way for a couple of hours, ...
A crying baby isnt a good situation for anyone. Everyone wants to help the baby, but its hard to tell what the cause it. Sometimes it seems like nothi...
They were so excited and distracted they didnt eat a thing all evening and I forgot to give them a bite before leaving. Just changed and whisked them off after they woke up from their naps. Hmm... next time must remember to give them a bite first. Bad mommy!. They did however have a little bit too much stimulation with so many people and presents that by the time we got home, we had two tired little crying babies to deal with. My Girl had to be carried by her daddy to calm her down while she clutched her little santa hat in her hands till it dropped on the floor when she eventually slept. My Boy fell asleep promptly after his breastfeed but cried VERY loudly while waiting for me to get My Girl ready for bed.. Relatives commented that MG has lost weight and looked a little bit more like her previous self. Woohoo! So I that gives me even more motivation to carry on this weight loss thingy into year 2006 ...
We cram our bodies into the planes narrow seats, elbow-to-elbow, making eye contact with nods and resigned smiles as we yield to latecomers pushing past. Most ignore the crying baby, or pretend to. A few of us even signal the mother with a sideways nod and a wry smile. We want her to know that we know how she feels, and that the disturbance she thinks her baby is causing is not nearly as annoying as she imagines-even though we can tell (as can she) that the young man beside her, eyes determinedly glued to the screen of his laptop, does indeed mind every bit as much as she fears.. Thus does every frequent flier employ our species peculiarly empathetic aptitude for intuiting the mental states and intentions of other people. Cognitive scientists and philosophers have long called this awareness of others inner life theory of mind, but many psychologists now refer to it as intersubjectivity, a broader concept that roots our sophisticated skill at mind reading in the capacity to share in the ...
Every sound has a decibel level associated with it. If an item is 52 dB(A), then it has a sound similar in intensity to a electric fan, hair dryer, a running refrigerator and a quiet street. Other common sounds include a blender at 90 dB(A), diesel truck 100 dB(A) and a crying baby can reach 110 dB(A). ...
Babies who start crying without any body contact become noticeably quieter and are more relaxed and/or happier during non-carried periods. Note: In cases where also a constantly crying baby cannot be comforted by carrying, there are special so-called crying units and/or special consultation hours with qualified personnel. Find more information at ...
The only disappointing news I received (besides the fact that I continue to have thyroid cancer, will have a thyroidectomy, and be on a thyroid replacement hormone for the rest of my life) is that during RAI treatment I cannot be around baby, or anyone, for two weeks. Two weeks of partial confinement- no hugs from family, no comforting my crying baby, no snuggles from Josh. It is going to be lonesome and sad. But it is only going to be for two weeks, and Im telling myself I can do anything for two weeks ...
We arrived this afternoon and I was never happier to get off a plane in my life...we were delayed a couple of hours due to wind, there was a crying baby in the row in front of us, a vomiting child two rows in front of us, and it was a tiny plane so the ride was really bumpy with all the wind ...
I dont know if its just me, or whether my kids are just extra full-on, but by god they wear me out. I am so fatigued most of the time that any more than a passing peruse of a few fave blogs and sites online is impossible. I love reading Foodkittys tales, and jealously imagine how different my life might be when my kids are teens also: a drive up to the shack at Swansea will be relaxing and spontaneous (instead of ridiculously stressful and involving days of planning and packing, vast quantities of kiddy snacks strewn all over the car, crying babies, loud Wiggles music blaring from the stereo..... you get the idea). Mr Nellie and I will go out for dinner sometimes (wow), we might catch a film, maybe even fly somewhere for a long weekend lying around on a warm beach. The stuff we did PK (pre-kids ...
A long day in the life of a washed-up actress who gets a loan, checks up on her mother-in-law, takes free photos upon her moms request, meets producers asking her for a cameo performance, and calms her crying baby.
In the aftermath of the election, the past several days have been difficult for me. As a woman and a scientist with a set of Mexican grandparents, the results of this election have made me incredibly emotional - especially when I start thinking about how this feels for all of my fellow Americans who are women or people of color or immigrants or non-Christians or LGBTQIA or refugees or veterans or disabled individuals or any other group explicitly victimized (crying babies at rallies?) by the President-Elect during his campaign ...
TV programs even if they designed as an educational tool for babies have a potential negative impact and no positive effect on infants until they reach 2 years.
Calculating and Expressing Valuation. It can be dif- ficult for a user to accurately value their ideal resource bundles. There needs to be a simple and effective way for people to express their resource need and calculate its value. To stress this point, imagine a market inter- face that asked the user for their valuation, one ques- tion at a time, over the entire space of good combina- tions. This painful approach would require the user to think about their valuation for a whole slew of bundles, a time-consuming and sometimes difficult task. ...
Infantile colic is a common painful clinical condition associated with signs of distended intestines and an increase in colon peristalsis. However, clinical documentation of observed gastrointestinal functions in the condition is still lacking. Even though the ailment is common, no clear treatment guidelines exist. While acupuncture with minimal stimulation has been shown to be effective in reducing crying behaviour of infants suffering from colic, the documented effect of acupuncture on gastrointestinal function in children with infantile colic is scarce. This case series study aims to document the symptoms of routinely rated gastrointestinal function and the changes in these symptoms after minimal acupuncture in a larger group of children with infantile colic. This study included 913 infants with normal weights, and lengths at birth. The infants mean age was 5.4 weeks when the observations started, and had colic symptoms since two weeks after birth. Light needling stimulation of the acupuncture point
If you have Infantile Colic, it is important to keep track of the causes, For information on the different causes of Infantile Colic
Basically, infant colic is defined as uncontrollable crying in your baby that has no definite cause.. Typically, this condition appears in first 2 weeks after the birth. Infant colic is most common condition in bottle-fed infants, but it can also occur in breast-fed infants.. Usually, crying happens during the specific times of the day, most frequently in early evening.. The symptoms of infant colic are different from one another. Some infants have various symptoms while some others have only one symptom.. ...
Background: Infant colic, or excessive crying in an otherwise healthy infant, is common, although the cause(s) are not known. This study aimed to determine whether parental migraine is associated with infant colic. Methods: This was a cross-sectional online survey study of biological parents of 4-8 week olds in the United States during February and March 2017 and October 2017-April 2018. Parents self-reported information about their and their infants health using validated instruments wherever possible. Parents were recruited using social media advertisements and completed the survey online. Migraine was identified with a validated screener using modified International Classification of Headache Disorders 3rd edition criteria. Parental depression and anxiety were screened with the Patient Health Questionnaire-2 (PHQ-2) and Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale-2 (GAD-2). Parental seasonal allergies and asthma were assessed by self-report. Infant colic was determined based on parental response to ...
Am heart j 2015;5: E2504. After 1 month, these vials should be accompanied by academic, behavioral, and physical status of the arches are most often affected. As the child may experience, a regular toothbrush should be well tolerated. 57 fetal st wave analysis it is imperative to protect staff from being carefully monitored and adequate nutrition and nutritional needs, age-appropriate play and pleasure. 2d), but relative sizes of aorta azygos vein in a mixture of 5% to 1. 1 6. 6 modified from austin j, patterson j, huberty t: Development of a cure (field and behrman, 2001). Kiserud t etal. This finding in malnourished children, prevalence of vitamin d intake is an aberrant drainage of the patient referred for genetic amyloidosis) and urine organic acids that lower the detec- tion of uteroplacental hemodynamics. Is the 85% of the cremasteric reflex by unconsciously tensing the sternocleidomastoid muscle, when infants cry because they often have internalizing characteristics such as chickenpox. ...
Maternal and other factors in the etiology of infantile colic. Report of a prospective study of 146 infants ...
Supplementation with the probiotic L. reuteri in breastfed infants appears to be safe and effective for the management of infantile colic.
Download 10-page research paper on Probiotics to Treat Infantile Colic (2021) of the Disease Process of Interest Infantile Colic is a very common problem within the first 3 months of life for an infant. It affects…
Xinyuan community in the Toutunhe district, in the city of Urumqi, in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region opened environment protection knowledge lectures on Dec 22, 2014, with more than 50 residents attending the class.. During the class, the lecturer taught the residents ways to protect the environment in daily life, for example, how to select vegetables and fruits that have less pesticide residue, and how to identify the meat containing many hormones. The lecturer also explained the reasons why people need to recycle batteries and introduced skills of saving energy with daily use. The lecturer also communicated with the participants and presented prizes to those who answered the questions about environmental protection. By Li Xiaoxu and edited by Nicole Fortin. ...
When I was going through my doctorate program (Informatics with a focus on Computational Advertising), I noticed a very common situation in academia. The situation was that there was not enough being…
The role of the pediatrician encompasses prevention of abuse and detection and medical management of victims of abuse. Accurate identification of children who are suspected victims of abuse can facilitate appropriate evaluation, referral, investigation, and outcomes for these children and their families.16 Children usually sustain abuse at the hands of a caregiver who misinterprets and responds inappropriately to the childs behavior. For example, caregivers who had smothered, shook, or slapped their infant within the first 6 months of life were more likely to be worried about crying and to believe that their infants cried excessively.17 There is a close correlation between the age-specific incidence curve of infants hospitalized with abusive head trauma and the age-specific normal crying behavior of infants up to 36 weeks of age.18. In an anonymous telephone survey of 1435 mothers, 2.6% of children younger than 2 years were shaken by their mothers as a means of discipline.19 Caregivers may ...
Uncontrollable crying or laughing episodes from the pseudobulbar affect, or PBA, are sometimes prevented by distraction, slow breathing, relaxation or changing body position, according to the...
A nervous system condition called pseudobulbar affect can make crying and laughing uncontrollable. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and tips to manage PBA.
NorthShore encourages patients to utilize our medical library. Read our Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) encyclopedia resources online.
The heels of a babys foot correspond with their pelvic area. Issues that commonly affect the pelvic area of a baby include muscle tightness and postural problems. This can be treated by applying pressure to the heel area of the foot.. In conclusion, remember that reflexology is only effective at reducing pain caused by certain conditions and other specific symptoms such as congestion. It is by no means a cure-all for certain diseases and should not replace proper medical attention that your baby would require if suffering from a critical condition. It is simply meant to increase their comfort, as well as yours, during periods of pain and stress.. For more information on reflexology and how it can benefit you, click here. Watch this video to master 5 basic foot reflexology techniques!. ...
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One of the best ways you can help your baby if you had a C-section or exposure to antibiotics is to top them up with friendly gut bacteria which they missed out on by not having a vaginal delivery. The product I use with great success is Biogaia shown below. Watch more of my videos to learn about this extremely important subject of C-section and your babys gut bacteria and the use of probiotics. More videos here. ...
When we hear a cry, our heart beats faster, our blood pressure rises and our breathing quickens. Find out how mindfulness can help you get through.
o determine whether breastfeeding has an impact on colic development. A prospective cohort study of 436 mother-infant dyads who give birth at term to alive singleton whose birth weight was appropriate for gestational age. Self-administered questionnaires to mothers at 1 and 6 weeks postpartum, requested information on many infant and maternal factors, including source of infant nutrition...
Persistent or excessive crying (colic) is one of the most distressing problems of infancy. It is distressing for the infant, the parents, and the clinician. The parents may view the crying as evidence of illness or as an indictment of their caregivin
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The entire theoretical structure of Primal Therapy is built on that basic understanding of human need. Those needs evolve over time, in successive stages. As the brain grows, so do our needs. As infants, our needs are few, but they are critical. We need to be fed, to be touched, to be soothed, to be cuddled, to be kept warm, safe and comfortable. The needs are simple but for a helpless baby they hold a life-and-death urgency. Of course, babies cant feed themselves or cover themselves when theyre cold. So instinctively they know they will die without food or perish if left alone. Thats why when babies start wailing to signal their needs, their cries sound so alarming. To them, the danger feels imminent because they dont have the intellectual capacity to reassure themselves that help could be on the way shortly. In fact, they have no way to measure time, except by the satisfaction of their needs. If their needs are promptly met, they feel loved and can continue to grow and flourish. If not, ...
Five year old boy behavior issues. Just wondering if you have any ideas or good references for guiding me and my husband regarding our very bright but overly aggressive 5-year-old. With tantrums its a matter of. Verywell Emily Roberts. Second day he was sent to timeout for not listening and talking to the kids during circle time. This unhappiness can further result in tantrums. Weve tried redirection or distraction tactics but he is still so narrowly focused on doing the original behavior. My 5 year old son receives and fears punishment but repeatedly exhibits the same unacceptable behaviors. There are lots of possible reasons for difficult behaviour in toddlers and young children. Since starting full-day kindergarten my 5-year-old has had a complete change in her behavior. If you suspect a medical problem speak with your son. Is that something you hear your five-year-old say every morning. How to handle difficult behaviour If problem behaviour is causing you or your child distress. Theyre full ...
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In the open environment of the world wide web, it is natural that there will be multiple providers of services, and that these service provisions - both specifications and implementations - will evolve. This multiplicity gives the user of these services a set of questions about how to choose between different providers, as well as how these choices work in an evolving environment. The challenge, therefore, is to concisely represent to the user the behaviour of a particular implementation, and the differences between this implementation and alternative versions. Inferred models of software behaviour - and automatically derived and graphically presented comparisons between them - serve to support effective decision making in situations where there are competing implementations of requirements. In this paper we use state machine models as the abstract representation of the behaviour of an implementation, and using these we build a tool by which one can visualise in an intuitive manner both the ...
Just one quick comment. In children who grow up truly bilingual, or a family which has some Deaf members and all know sign language, then the immersion process for a child is natural language acquisition. Being surrounded every day by both languages, or, as an example, the barge children of Europe being surrounded by Belgique, French, and German every day is total immersion natural multiple language acquisition. For a bilingual person, both langauges are fluent, neither is accented by the other, so the Portuguese for example, sounds native Portuguese, and the English does not carry over a Latino accent. For children to naturally learn to read both languages they have to be immersed in both all the time, with books, toys, games, songs, everything to do with cultural acquisition, in an open environment. Many children in Latino households in the U.S. do just that, they are immersed in English all day at school, and at home they are immersed in Spanish or Portuguese. The children, not the ...
We think that a Inbalanz of reporting and braking messages between a hypersensitive intestine and the brain is present, explains Professor Koletzko. After all, the gut is after the brain the place in our body with the most nervous. They include provisions on its mobility - and thereby react well to stress. The processing of many new stimuli can more sensitive natures so literally beating on the stomach. Come in exchange of information between the gut and brain in the latter too many activity reports to be even felt normal digestive processes as painful, just the usual crying time in the evening: In addition to the meals numerous impressions of the day now have accumulated. Especially sensitive and easily irritable natures are no longer able to digest everything and their frustration of the soul have to scream. That this phase often begins in the second week of life, is probably a maturation of the nervous system, which starts here. With the progress of developing babies can balance the ...
The AIMS community is made up of individuals involved in agricultural information and data management from around the world, with varying levels of technical expertise. As a community, AIMS provides an open environment to keep users informed of the latest news, as well as providing an interactive and supportive space for communication.. AIMS Community is also an open and free space which allows communication and the exchange of ideas, suggestions, questions, and solutions around the core areas of agricultural information and data management standards, technology and methodologies.. In this way, AIMS community members learn about good practices, connect with other community members, share experiences, and discover current trends in information and data management, participate and share a post on existing discussion trends.. To achieve all this, AIMS provides the following services to the community [email protected], the VEST Registry and collection of Case Studies.. If you have experience in ...
Dogs and Their Skin Problems. When it is play time, it is the most enjoyable time for a dog. And running around the place is what they do when taken out of the house and brought to an open environment. Some dogs even like taking to the water and this is why when you take them home, they can be dripping wet with all sorts of debris all over their body. It is not bad for dogs to have fun outdoors although sometimes they get skin problems after that.. You need to take your dog to a vet if you want to find out more about their skin problems. Since vets know more about skin problems than we do, we can trust them to recommend the best treatment for this condition. While the final authority is your vet, there are also some things you can do on your own to help prevent and treat some of these issues.. Pruritus is the name they call the condition of a dog having itchy skin, which is the most common skin issues that dogs have. When a dog has itchy skin, it will not stop from scratching or biting the itchy ...
There seems to be some disparity when it comes to being heard. On one hand, at the recent American Academy of Nursing meeting, nursing workforce researcher Dr. Jack Needleman commented about the Quadruple Aim. He made the point that it took the voices of our physician colleagues to have work environment added to the Triple Aim. Were the largest healthcare workforce, with years of study and effort on healthy practice environments; however, it wasnt nursings voice that brought this foundational need to national attention. Are we that invisible?. On the other hand, there are healthcare organizations for which theres deep-seated tension that nursing is heard above all other disciplines, while, at the same time, several studies and even meta-analyses reveal that nurses experience fear and anxiety about speaking up. As leaders, we must create open environments where our staff members voices are heard and acted on, influencing for the right reasons. It always surprises me that when nurses ask for ...
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The school has well-designed classrooms that aid in the teaching process. Well lit and ventilated, the classrooms are equipped with the necessary infrastructure to make them comfortable for the students. Some classes are also held in the open environment of the school garden and Activity Huts to provide the students with a new environment to learn in. Activities are arranged in the schools green campus to encourage students to interact with and learn from their natural surroundings ...
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Did you know that much of the fish you may be eating now has been caught illegally and that many fisheries are run by criminal gangs ? Are you sure that your pension fund or bank is not financing the destruction of the Amazon rain forest ? Well, you should be and I will show you who is doing so. When you recycle your waste every day, did you know that worldwide some 70% of all waste is simply dumped into the open environment ? Unless you live in one of the more fortunate and wealthier nations, you will find waste dumped everywhere. And do you think plastic is actually recycled ? Think again, plastic recycling is a scam. Ah, and of course you believe your Government really is serious about fighting climate change, dont you ? Well, your taxes are financing oil, coal and gas companies around the world to explore for, produce and sell more and more fossil fuels every day and they enjoy the largest subsidies of any industry. Crazy ? No, criminal actually. These are some of the issues I write about ...
The reason some babies cry excessively and other dont is not clearly understood, but a new study suggests abnormal gut bacteria could play a role.
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The bad part of the monitor: It is a ball and chain in the most obvious sense. You must drag it everywhere. It comes in a handy little shoulder bag but that is just one more thing. When it is plugged into the wall, you are stuck. When you are pacing with a crying baby you must be careful not to turn in circles or you will tie up your own feet. You must hold onto the cord so that the weight of the cord itself is not pulling on the leads which must be taped to the babys skin since the adhesive does not stick on its own. The skin will develop sores from being covered in tape all the time. No chance to breathe since the only time it is not covered by tape and leads is when the child is actually in the bathtub. You cannot lotion the skin or apply healing ointments because then the leads and tape will not stick next time. You will accidentally unplug the leads or let the battery run out setting off the alarm and scaring both the child and you. The monitor alarm sounds just like other noises in your ...
When listening to or reading baby-training advice, the discerning parent will watch for red flags, such as advice that discourages them from comforting a crying baby, feeding a hungry baby, or keeping their baby close. When implementing a baby-training method, it becomes even more important to watch the baby closely both for cues that indicate an individual need as well as signs of physical danger such as slow weight gain or dehydration. Whatever the advice, the parent should always trust their instincts. When change is needed, gentler alternatives should be explored before harsh baby-training methods. For parents who have followed the advice of baby trainers at the expense of their instincts, expertise, and trust in their childs cues, it is important that the parent/child pair reestablish connection going forward ...
Be aware of distractions such as the radio, cell phone ringing (seems obvious - dont even use hands free), talking with passengers and crying babies. In fact if your baby cries, dont react. If you want to aid your child, pull the car over. Otherwise theres nothing you can do besides turning on non-distracting and soothing classical or jazz music.. - Those darn bad drivers. You know the ones. They pop in front of you without putting on their signal or giving enough lane change notice. They drive close to your rear bumper or beep their horn if you are a millisecond slow when the light turns green. Then there are the real problems - the drivers who run an orange just as you are about to clear an intersection. During your driving classes your instructor will have prepared you for these types of driving patterns. Heed his or her advice.. - How were you taught to enter an intersection? How far should you be into the intersection and how should your wheels be aligned? What was the advice about when ...
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  • When male children cry, they are often scolded and the parents tell them to shut up, 'little boys don't cry,' and he has to suck back the tears and all that pain," says Chapman. (
  • As humans, we are hardwired to cry and are the only beings on the planet to shed emotional tears, with the possible exception of elephants and gorillas, although that has yet to be proven. (
  • In this article you will read about how crying is perceived in today's society and how men and women differ both physically and emotionally as it relates to shedding tears. (
  • We'll also discuss the physiology behind crying, the various types of tears and how crying may actually help you avoid and diagnose health problems. (
  • Tears are the reason people experience runny noses when they cry, as some of the tears are entering their nasal passage. (
  • Things get more complicated when it comes to emotional tears, the ones we cry when we're experiencing emotions such as sorrow or joy. (
  • When we cry, we tend to make a lot of tears. (
  • One guy said that he can't cry when he's in the midst of a deep depression, so it's a sign of recovery once he is able to shed tears. (
  • Some people cry easily, while others don't fight tears too often. (
  • Whenever you cry as the result of overwhelming feelings, you are producing what are known as "psychic tears. (
  • Crying may not be a big calorie-burning exercise, but there are other health benefits from the release of psychic tears. (
  • Stressed animals experience crying , too (though typically, not with tears), which would support this theory. (
  • Why do newborn babies not cry tears? (
  • Can newborn babies cry tears? (
  • No, the tear ducts in newborn babies are not fully developed, so they cannot cry real tears. (
  • Scientifically speaking, the phenomenon we refer to as crying occurs due to the lacrimal gland located between your eyeball and eyelid, which produces tears. (
  • 4 Shedding emotional tears, or "crying," also serves an important purpose, however, with research building that crying may offer numerous physical and mental advantages. (
  • Crying or weeping is the shedding of tears (or welling of tears in the eyes) in response to an emotional state, pain or a physical irritation of the eye. (
  • The act of crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by the shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus, without any irritation of the ocular structures", instead, giving a relief which protects from conjunctivitis. (
  • Tears produced during emotional crying have a chemical composition which differs from other types of tears. (
  • In Hippocratic and medieval medicine, tears were associated with the bodily humors, and crying was seen as purgation of excess humors from the brain. (
  • A plurality of women consider people who cry at work 'unstable,' whereas roughly that same fraction of men see tears on the job as only 'slightly unprofessional. (
  • When you find yourself unable to decipher your toddler's tears, just refer to these common causes for your kid's crying. (
  • All babies cry, but the tears can take a toll. (
  • When your crying baby can't be calmed, you might be tempted to try just about anything to get the tears to stop. (
  • While it's natural to cry at funerals, it's also normal to want to try to contain your tears as much as possible. (
  • Doctor William Frey , Ph.D., biochemist and author of Crying: The Mystery of Tears , found some intriguing results from his studies on tears at the Ramsey Medical Center in Minneapolis. (
  • There are many songs which can induce tears such as this standard called Crying , as sung by Roy Orbison. (
  • I have had it go both ways where I have had depressive episodes where I could not stop the tears and other times when I felt like an emotional desert and I simply didn't have the energy to cry. (
  • Crying is defined as shedding of tears. (
  • These tears explain why people develop runny noses when they have a good cry. (
  • Emotional tears are associated with psychological reasons of crying. (
  • When you cry, tears roll down your face. (
  • My analysis suggests that by blurring vision, tears lower defences and reliably function as signals of submission, a cry for help, and even in a mutual display of attachment and as a group display of cohesion," he reports," Dr. Hasson added. (
  • Some scientific studies have proven that when we cry for emotional reasons, our tears contain the same kind of hormones released by the body during physical stress. (
  • The Daily Mail's headline incorrectly reports that letting babies cry is the "secret to longer sleep", which is not the case. (
  • Why do babies cry? (
  • All babies cry, you tell yourself as you cradle your little one in your arms. (
  • Why do newborn babies cry as soon as they are out of the womb? (
  • Why do newborn babies cry a great value? (
  • Why does doctors make newborn babies cry? (
  • In babies, the latter is obvious, as babies cry in order to get attention from adults around them. (
  • However, in early infancy, around 1 in 5 babies cry for prolonged periods without an apparent reason, including bouts of crying which are hard or impossible to soothe. (
  • As parents, we're wired to respond when our babies cry. (
  • All babies cry and fuss, of course, so parents might be left wondering how much is "too much. (
  • Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP: All babies cry. (
  • We all know that babies cry. (
  • I know that babies cry. (
  • Many infants ages 3 weeks to 3 months develop a crying pattern associated with colic. (
  • Crying and colic. (
  • Does anyone even understand that sustained, inconsolable crying known as colic? (
  • In 1981, Karp received an Ehrmann Fellowship to study crying and colic. (
  • The intense crying spells that characterize colic usually surface around week six. (
  • If crying spells are very intense and regularly last two or three hours or longer, usually around the same every day, your baby may have colic . (
  • But the strict definition of colic is crying for no reason. (
  • That link was especially strong when the researchers focused on crying at the age of 5 months -- which is beyond the age where " colic " (crying for hours a day) is common. (
  • As you decipher which wail signals which want, it helps to know that crying, like most behavior, changes over time. (
  • Crying is being considered as a form of self-soothing behavior, i.e., something that can help to calm you down when you feel upset. (
  • Even in adults, however, it's been suggested that crying promotes empathy and prosocial behavior, facilitates social bonding and reduces aggression, the study noted. (
  • Despite the ubiquity of this human behavior, research is only just beginning to uncover the neurobiologic underpinnings of human emotional crying. (
  • Currently, most of the research on the neurobiology of crying in humans has focused on autonomic physiologic processes underlying tearful crying, which may yield essential clues regarding the neural substrates of the production of crying behavior and its effects on the crier. (
  • Further challenges in elucidating the neurobiology of crying involve the complexity of crying behavior, which includes vocalizations, tear production, the involvement of facial musculature, subjective emotional experience, emotion regulatory behaviors, and social behaviors. (
  • TUESDAY, Jan. 7, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Premature babies who cry a lot may be more likely than other preemies to have behavior problems by the time they reach preschool, a new study suggests. (
  • Experts said the reasons for the finding are not certain, and no one knows whether "interventions" to soothe preemies' crying would ward off behavior issues later. (
  • According to Korja's team, the findings suggest that 5-month-olds who are crying more often than the norm may have higher odds of behavior problems later. (
  • But another expert cautioned that prolonged crying does not mean your child is doomed to have serious behavior issues. (
  • And why would infants' crying be related to behavior at preschool age? (
  • Still, when the researchers factored in mothers' reported stress levels, the link between infant crying and preschool behavior remained. (
  • While the study found an association between excessive crying and later behavior problems, it did not establish a cause-and-effect link. (
  • However, Korja's team writes, some past research on full-term infants has linked excessive crying beyond the age of 3 months to hyperactivity and behavior issues later on. (
  • Crying is a truly subjective behavior and is uniquely felt and expressed by each individual. (
  • Crying is a highly evolved behavior. (
  • Crying is an emotional response to a distressing experience or situation. (
  • When a strong cry triggers a headache, there are steps a person can take to help alleviate the physical pain, even if the emotional pain remains. (
  • For some people, a headache comes after the emotional and physical responses of crying. (
  • Only emotional crying can trigger them. (
  • Most of the time, a headache that occurs as a result of emotional crying is not a major cause for concern. (
  • Research published in Motivation and Emotion found those who cried during an emotional film had significantly increased negative moods right after while non-criers' moods remained unchanged. (
  • Crying is believed to be an outlet or a result of a burst of intense emotional sensations, such as agony, surprise or joy. (
  • Oren Hasson, an evolutionary psychologist in the zoology department at Tel Aviv University believes that crying shows vulnerability and submission to an attacker, solicits sympathy and aid from bystanders, and signals shared emotional attachments. (
  • Despite an accumulating understanding of the neurobiology of human emotional crying, the primary sources of information are currently from animal studies and observations in neurologic patients suffering from pathologic crying. (
  • Vingerhoets AJJM, Bylsma LM (2016) The riddle of human emotional crying: a challenge for emotion researchers. (
  • There are a number of reasons why we cry: (1) Physiological reasons, (2) Evolutionary reasons, (3) Psychological or emotional reasons, and (4) Cultural and social reasons. (
  • A Tel Aviv University evolutionary biologist has revealed that crying can have emotional benefits by increasing the closeness of inter-personal relationships. (
  • The hotel offers women looking to release tension or overcome emotional issues special accommodations designed for crying. (
  • When people get emotional and cry, he believes that life's burdens, tensions and frustrations melt away. (
  • Infants have a cry reflex that is a normal response to stimuli, such as pain or hunger. (
  • Premature infants may not have a cry reflex. (
  • Almost everyone recognizes that infants cry for many reasons and that crying is a normal response. (
  • At times, infants cry for no apparent reason. (
  • The adjustment to the real world can be rocky: During the first few months, 43 percent of infants will cry for up to two hours a day, 29 percent will holler for up to three hours, and another 14 percent can wail for up to four hours, British research reveals. (
  • Recent research has found that only 5-10% of infants taken to the doctor because of their crying are poorly. (
  • Most infants who cry a lot are healthy and develop normally, and the prolonged 'unsoothable' crying bouts usually stop by around 5 months. (
  • Overall, the study found that the more infants cried each day, the higher their scores on problem behaviors at preschool age. (
  • It's not clear, but Korja's team suggests one possibility: Infants who cry a lot may have underlying "regulatory difficulties. (
  • The purpose of the study is to assess if infants who have excessive crying and fussing have less of these symptoms when fed a formula containing a probiotic compared to those fed a standard infant formula. (
  • page needed] It can be very difficult to observe biological effects of crying, especially considering many psychologists believe the environment in which a person cries can alter the experience of the crier. (
  • But whenever he wakes up he cries way more than normal. (
  • But babies might be considered "colicky" if they are crying for more than three hours per day, he said. (
  • Crying and your baby: How to calm a fussy or colicky baby. (
  • Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP: And, once you learn a few simple tricks - and more about this in our step by step about calming babies with the 5 S's - you'll find you can often soothe even colicky cries. (
  • One study proposes that crying, by blurring vision, can handicap aggressive or defensive actions, and may function as a reliable signal of appeasement, need, or attachment. (
  • Second, crying can handicap aggressive or defensive actions from attackers. (
  • Crying is one of your body's natural responses to intense emotion. (
  • Crying occurs predominantly in situations characterized by separation, loss and helplessness, and being overwhelmed by strong emotion, be it negative or positive. (
  • In a national survey I conducted last year with J. Walter Thompson for my forthcoming book probing the nature of emotion in the workplace, I discovered that both women and men divide themselves, in roughly the same fractions, into two large camps: those 25 percent who cry regularly, and those 75 percent who tend not to cry frequently. (
  • Crying is a universal expression of extreme emotion. (
  • Botelho (1964) said that crying is a typical way for human to express their emotion. (
  • Cathartic theories Sigmund Freud and his colleague Breuer (1974) found that crying was a cathartic process and a healing process that occurred after experiencing any extreme change in emotion. (
  • Bylsma LM, Vingerhoets AJJM, Rottenberg J (2008) When is crying cathartic? (
  • There are those who seek out a good cathartic cry. (
  • If the crying continues for longer than usual and you cannot calm the baby, call a health care provider for advice. (
  • After a week or two, when your baby has come to associate massage with relaxation, you can use massage to calm and soothe him when he cries. (
  • Crying may be a mechanism that humans developed to restore calm to your body and brain. (
  • Just as loud noises can make your baby cry, soothing sounds may calm them. (
  • No matter which technique you try, remember that your baby is more likely to stop crying if you remain calm. (
  • If you've hit your limit, it's OK to put them in their crib and let them cry for a moment while you calm yourself down. (
  • If your baby seems otherwise OK but the crying continues, do your best to stay calm. (
  • It is very hard for most people to listen to a crying baby. (
  • However, parents may feel a high amount of stress and anxiety when a baby cries frequently. (
  • Parents are often frustrated at not being able to determine the cause of the crying and soothe the baby. (
  • Leave your baby to cry," The Daily Telegraph today advised, along with the Daily Mail. (
  • But critics have argued that leaving a baby to cry exposes them to unnecessary stress and trauma that could cause both psychological and physical problems in later life. (
  • The main body of the story was covered appropriately by the Daily Telegraph but the headline "Leave your baby to cry, scientists say" is misleading. (
  • Why does my baby cry in their sleep? (
  • Why is Baby Crying? (
  • Why they cry It's your newborn's sole method of telling you something's wrong in Baby Town. (
  • Despite my immense affinity for cult/trash/Grade-Z material, before seeing Cry-Baby , I'd never watched a John Waters film. (
  • For what it's worth, Cry-Baby is amusing. (
  • The plot, about a Good Girl who gets led down the path of delinquency with positive results by Cry-Baby (played by Johnny Depp) and his gang of Drapes, is ripped right from any number of 50s flicks, and is played as a throwback to that era. (
  • Cry-Baby is the Rebel with a Soul. (
  • At first, don't massage your baby when he's crying-wait until you're both relaxed because you don't want him to associate the massage with bad feelings, like frustration or exhaustion. (
  • If a newborn baby is crying they are likely telling you that they are either: hungry, tired, gassy, cold or hot. (
  • If you punch a newborn baby will it cry? (
  • What happens when a newborn baby doesn't cry? (
  • If a new born baby doesn't cry it means that he/she loves you already and there is no need to bond with it at all. (
  • How do you newborn baby to cry? (
  • Why does a newborn baby cry as soon as it is out of the womb? (
  • new born baby's cry from the shock of being man handled literally, their used to being tucked away in mama's womb feeling secure in the fetal position, so when the baby comes … out they are feeling scared and need that secure fetal feeling. (
  • How get a newborn baby girl to cry? (
  • Most parents have had to cope with a crying baby. (
  • When your baby cries, they're letting you know something is wrong and they need your help. (
  • Has your baby ever stopped crying after you picked them up and walked around? (
  • But what happens when your baby suddenly screams or cries in distress in the middle of the night but is still asleep? (
  • And how can you soothe a baby who cries without even waking up? (
  • Sleep patterns are a likely culprit if your baby cries while they're still asleep. (
  • Don't rush to scoop up your baby just because they cry out in the night. (
  • A baby who's crying in the night because they're wet, hungry, cold, or even sick won't fall back asleep in a minute or two. (
  • You don't need to soothe a baby crying while asleep the same way you would when they're awake. (
  • That means there are more opportunities for your baby to make those nighttime noises, including crying, without even waking up. (
  • Your baby may begin crying or even screaming suddenly if for some reason this stage is disrupted. (
  • There may be other reasons that your baby is crying while sleeping. (
  • Described as a baby's 'sleep guardian,' the Cradlewise crib comes equipped with motion sensors and microphones to detect when a baby is astir or has begun crying in the middle of the night. (
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  • I was stunned by Cry Baby, so I wanna give a try to another book by this author. (
  • In fact, I like it JUST a little better than Cry Baby, but they are VERY similar. (
  • Thankfully, Will has been a pretty easy baby to care for, and is usually smiling and laughing more than crying. (
  • A crying baby can make a parent feel helpless, especially when nothing seems to be soothing. (
  • Living in the Digital Age, it's easy to go straight to an Internet search as soon as a baby won't stop crying. (
  • Every time your baby cries, and you don't respond, you break the fragile bond of trust between you. (
  • Eventually, I found the 'lack of trust' reference in an aside by Sears' wife, Martha, responding to an anecdote from a mother who felt her child rejected her after she let the baby cry for a night. (
  • Parents kept diaries to record how often, and for how long, their baby cried each day. (
  • Just because your baby is crying a lot does not mean they're going to have significant behavioral problems," said Steingass, who was not involved in the study. (
  • Both Coury and Steingass said that if parents are worried that their baby is crying too much, they should talk to their pediatrician. (
  • It's tough to listen to a crying baby, but you can handle it. (
  • When nothing you do soothes your crying baby, you might feel anxious. (
  • When your baby cries, start with the basics. (
  • A crying baby might simply need to be fed, burped or changed. (
  • Or perhaps your crying baby needs a little more - or a little less - attention. (
  • Remember, crying doesn't hurt anyone - including the baby. (
  • Let your baby cry while you take a few minutes to regroup in another room. (
  • Remind yourself that you're not failing your baby if you can't stop a crying spell. (
  • If you're worried about your ability to cope with a crying baby, contact a family member or friend, your health care provider, a local crisis intervention service or a mental health help line for support. (
  • Waves of sharp cries can start out of the blue and the baby often has a worried and pained look. (
  • My baby cries to sleep. (
  • This baby has fine tuned his crying to a fine art to gain attention. (
  • Since crying burns some calories, releases toxins, and balances your hormones, some have started to guess that bouts of frequent crying can even help you lose weight. (
  • Some people tend to cry more easily than others and will experience regular bouts of crying over their lifetime. (
  • This crying peak and the 'unsoothable' crying bouts are thought to be linked to normal developmental processes. (
  • Call your provider immediately if your baby's crying occurs with symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, breathing difficulty, or other signs of illness. (
  • Grieving a loved one, enduring a breakup, and experiencing symptoms of depression are some common causes for frequent crying. (
  • Reach out to a doctor or a mental health provider to discuss your symptoms and make a plan to address your frequent crying. (
  • For crying to be described as sobbing, it usually has to be accompanied by a set of other symptoms, such as slow but erratic inhalation, occasional instances of breath holding and muscular tremor. (
  • Many parents actually mistake this cry for a mere "diapy change," though, often enough, both cries are accompanied by the same external symptoms. (
  • But if you find yourself crying more than usual you may want to assess whether or not you are showing any other symptoms of depression. (
  • Interestingly, people who cry from nonemotional reasons, such as from cutting onions , do not experience migraine headaches. (
  • A chemical irritant that onions use to protect themselves against animals is released when we cut them, making us cry. (
  • Using onions to explain away crying is a familiar gag. (
  • The top question on the National Onion Association's FAQ is how to cut onions without turning on the waterworks, and there are more than 3 million results if you ask Google why onions make people cry. (
  • Why Do Onions Make Us Cry? (
  • If anyone knows crying babies, it's Karp, a pediatrician for 25 years and a professor of pediatrics at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. (
  • The way Karp sees it, there is too much crying going on in the United States, and he believes his book and companion video are the kernels of a parenting movement that can stop it. (
  • 1 million of them spend at least two or three hours a day crying, Karp said. (
  • And n France, the major producer and consumer of the delicacy, politicians and chefs have cried foul. (
  • John Boehner Crying: Why Do Women Cry More Than Men? (
  • As a person who chokes up at a news story most days and full-on cried during Toy Story 3 , I feel for John Boehner and Mitch McConnell , fellow members of the crying tribe. (
  • Incoming house speaker John Boehner cries so much that it has become a point of discussion for the media. (
  • For example, Leslie Stahl, who interviewed John Boehner and discussed his crying, was quoted as saying, 'I don't think the public is going to have a negative feeling about this at all. (
  • Yet, I couldn't stop the crying. (
  • There were those that said once they start crying they can't stop and feel emotionally exhausted afterward, so they try really hard not to start. (
  • But some babies seem to never stop crying. (
  • She is not in pain or scared or ill, but she won't stop crying and yelling for us until we come into her room. (
  • said Tuesday that Republicans should 'stop crying over reconciliation' as the two parties prepare to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss the future of health care reform. (
  • But realistically, they should stop crying about reconciliation as if it's never been done before. (
  • Stop crying! (
  • While some people are immune to the onion's evil powers, plenty of others would love to stop worrying about crying while cooking. (
  • My jaw is clenched for an hour a night as I try to make him stop crying and fall asleep. (
  • Someone on my depression community, Project Beyond Blue , asked the other day: "Does anyone else experience a hangover from crying? (
  • Chances are, weight loss caused by grief and depression is more closely linked to a loss of appetite than crying. (
  • Crying more often than usual can be a symptom of depression or other mental health conditions. (
  • Prolonged infant crying can trigger maternal depression, poor parent-child relationships, premature ending of breastfeeding, over-feeding, problems with long-term child development, and in a small number of cases infant abuse. (
  • In this post we are going to explore crying as an integral part of our culture as well as a possible symptom of depression . (
  • Is crying a sign of depression? (
  • Although crying is not listed as a formal diagnostic symptom of depression , many sufferers of depression do report that they seem to cry more during a depressive episode. (
  • In my case my crying was a part of depression compounded by grief. (
  • Crying as a single symptom, may or may not be a sign of depression. (
  • In fact some research shows that there is little to no correlation between crying or the lack of crying with depression. (
  • Although most babies who cry a lot are well, the crying can result in considerable alarm and distress in parents. (
  • They believed that crying can reduce distress and lead to relief. (
  • Crying also lowers the level of manganese, which triggers anxiety , nervousness, and aggression. (
  • Many crying babies find comfort in smooth, rhythmic movements, like being rocked in a rocking chair, hammock, or infant swing. (
  • On April 11, 2012, we hosted a live Q&A on Seattle Children's Facebook page with experts from our staff (Drs. Kenneth Feldman, Frederick Rivara and Wendy Sue Swanson) as well as a world expert on infant crying, Dr. Ron Barr. (
  • I have two grown kids, one of whom had his share of crying as a young infant. (
  • I have spent probably too many years trying to understand infant crying, including studies of other cultures, and especially how frustrating it can be to parents and caregivers. (
  • On August 24, 2016, the band released the track, "Wool in the Wash", from the upcoming LP. YouTube music critic Anthony Fantano has noted they removed the chiptune with Beyond the Fleeting Gales and in his opinion Crying sounds more diverse. (
  • When the child's coping skills are used up, crying is automatic and natural. (
  • As children develop more coping and problem-solving skills, they will cry less often. (
  • Coping with crying. (
  • A Mother's Cry Team will assist the families with funeral preparations, and provide support groups to help cope with their loss. (
  • Crying signals to yourself and other people that there's some important problem that is at least temporarily beyond your ability to cope … It very much is an outgrowth of where crying comes from originally. (
  • While your natural response to your baby's cry may be to wake them up for a cuddle, it's best to wait and watch. (
  • To set the context for this review, we first provide a brief overview of the evolutionary background and functions of tearful crying. (
  • Scientists are still trying to understand the exact link between crying and headaches. (
  • Read on to find out what scientists know about whether crying can trigger weight loss. (
  • Charles Darwin suggested that animals cry emotionally, however, modern scientists argue that human beings are the only animal capable of crying emotionally. (
  • Most people who experience a headache from crying experience a tension headache . (
  • Most people are familiar with having swollen or puffy eyes from crying or sleeping. (
  • Crying is not nearly as beneficial as people think it is," he said. (
  • She explained to the writer, that while working in the surgery department of Johns Hopkins Hospital she saw numerous deaths of young people, but what impacted her the most was seeing the pain and suffering from the mothers and their families which persuaded Ms. Millie Brown to begin A Mother's Cry movement. (
  • The rumours spread like a wildfire and people rushed to the temple in the house of one Nandlal Sharma to take a glimpse of the crying deity. (
  • The album's title track, co-written by Rick and Marc, is a driving modern worship song which opens the album - "Let the earth rejoice singing with one voice / Let the people cry 'holy holy Lord' / Every creature sing praises to the King / All creation cry 'holy is the Lord. (
  • This theory could explain why people cry during cheerful events, as well as very painful events. (
  • William H. Frey II, a biochemist at the University of Minnesota, proposed that people feel "better" after crying due to the elimination of hormones associated with stress, specifically adrenocorticotropic hormone. (
  • From this perspective, an underlying experience of helplessness can usually explain why people cry. (
  • I rush over to her, I may be a only child but I know how to comfort people, no one deserves to be alone crying. (
  • Because the stakes were so high when bringing this onion to market, it went through multiple taste tests, including one by consumers where they gathered people pre-disposed to crying while cutting and asked them to chop Sunions as well as another normal onion and record the level of eye irritation. (
  • The sound of crying is a sound which is instantly recognized by people all over the world. (
  • But most people cry because they are feeling sad. (
  • Yet it is true that not all people will cry when depressed. (
  • It seems to not be as big a deal for people to cry and even publicly. (
  • There are many people who are simply more sensitive individuals than the rest of the world and crying may be a more frequent experience for such a person. (
  • The first thing we do after being born is to cry, and the last thing we do when people die is to cry. (
  • It seems that many people do not know exactly what crying is about despite its importance. (
  • But according to Hidefumi Yoshida, a man who has dedicated the last eight years of his life to bringing people to people's eyes, Japanese people originally had a predisposition to cry easily, but that all changed to the point where children and adults alike are discouraged from crying and they end up becoming closed off. (
  • Yoshida has been trying to change this perception, by educating people on the benefits of crying as a way of relaxing and combating stress. (
  • People believe you should not cry in front of people, that it's weak. (
  • So unless you're a saltwater crocodile , who cries only to excrete excess saltwater, chances are you have had a good old-fashioned cryfest at some point recently (it's OK to blame it on 'Beaches' if you really want to -- we won't tell). (
  • I usually feel better after I have had a good cry. (
  • hi meadow46 i find crying a really good release, even when i dont know what im crying about i just let it happen. (
  • I always feel better after a good cry , almost 'cleansed' if you know what I mean. (
  • I'm not crying which is a good thing. (
  • And usually after I have a good cry I feel like a weight has been lifted. (
  • Frequent crying is not always good for a person. (
  • Is crying good for your health? (
  • You may be familiar with the feeling of relaxation and peace that comes from "a good cry. (
  • The devotees later performed a special prayer in the temple to placate the Lord amid superstition that his crying was not a good omen. (
  • And it is also good for them to cry so they can clear the lungs for any blood or embryotic fluids. (
  • crying is good for babies, it strengthens their lungs too. (
  • When you're feeling stressed, angry or anxious, having a good cry can leave you feeling inexplicably better. (
  • We all need a good cry sometimes, anyway, huh? (
  • Both Speaker-Elect Boehner and Senate Minority Leader McConnell recently had a good cry as the cameras rolled, creating an enormous buzz and provoking widespread derision among my fellow liberals, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (
  • A good old-fashioned cry in the bathroom usually helped. (
  • When is it good to cry? (
  • Crying doesn't have a good image in Japan," Saga added. (
  • Finally, crying helps build relationships and a need for attachment which are key for survival (Hasson, 2009). (
  • Dr. Hasson says crying has unique benefits among friends and others in our various communities. (
  • Many studies confirm the benefits of close body contact: Researchers have found that babies carried in the arms, in front carriers, or in slings for at least three hours a day cried a lot less on average than those babies who were not carried at all. (
  • He or she fusses and cries for over 3 hours a day. (
  • Crying is the body's natural response to emotions that can be mentally and physically draining. (
  • Crying and the types of headache it can cause are the body's response to sadness. (
  • A cry is the infant's first verbal communication. (
  • If you suspect gas is the reason for your infant's crying, you may want to consult your pediatrician about this treatment option. (
  • Mothers frequently tell me that their infant's voice becomes more hoarse if they get a sore throat, and this can make their cry more hoarse as well. (
  • He still cries the same as when I just leave him in his crib. (
  • But when i do cry, i feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. (
  • That said, you may feel concerned about how much you've been crying. (
  • It is easier to feel pain for them, besides crying provides exersise for their developing lungs. (
  • Another paradox of crying is that while it may initially make you feel worse, it tends to ultimately boost your mood and even relieve physical pain. (
  • I am very Scared, Feel like crying! (
  • When you cry, the muscle at the back of your throat opens up and makes your throat feel as if it has a lump in it, which can feel uncomfortable. (
  • 85 percent of women and 73 percent of men report they feel better after crying. (
  • This might be the reason why your body activates its crying reflex when you've been physically hurt. (
  • Ultimately, it was concluded that crying activates the parasympathetic nervous system, 7 which induces the relaxation response (similar to other stress-reducing activities, like deep breathing ). (
  • Over time, a child learns to express feelings of frustration, anger, or confusion without crying. (
  • Praise the child for not crying until the right time and place. (
  • The first time I read The Out of Sync Child I wanted to cry. (
  • A writer from LA Times wrote an article August 21, 2007 on Baltimore's crime… at that time he stumbled upon Ms. Millie Brown and asked her about her job and why she wanted to create A Mother's Cry. (
  • When you cry for a lengthy duration of time, you may be flushing out stressors. (
  • When you cry for an extended period of time, your body produces hormones like oxytocin and endorphins. (
  • Only a minority of crying episodes were associated with mood improvement - against conventional wisdom. (
  • Researchers have found that the act of crying does stabilize your mood and serves to release stress from your body. (
  • Gračanin A, Vingerhoets AJJM, Kardum I, Zupčić M, Šantek M, Šimić M (2015) Why crying does and sometimes does not seem to alleviate mood: a quasi-experimental study. (
  • Another theory that follows evolutionary psychology is given by Paul D. MacLean, who suggests that the vocal part of crying was used first as a "separation cry" to help reunite parents and offspring. (
  • Does Crying Make You More Depressed? (
  • Does crying make you lose weight? (
  • It has the original Far Cry 's lush island setting and open-world freedom combined with The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion 's exploration and loot mechanics, Battlefield 's outpost capturing, Just Cause 2 's vehicle variety and flavor, and a handful of unique innovations, including a crafting system that doesn't make me want to gouge my eyes out and a tattoo-based skill mechanic. (
  • Getting tense or upset might only make the crying worse. (
  • So why should they make me cry? (
  • In the field, the Sunion seems exactly like any other yellow onion and, if cut open then and there, would be just as likely to make you cry. (
  • There are even lists of movies which are said to make even the most stoic male cry . (
  • The voice cries in the wilderness to make a path in the wilderness. (
  • There was also "Cry of Reason", a documentary about Neyers Baude, the valiant, eloquent churchman. (
  • Times have changed, with little reason to recommend Cry Holy . (
  • There may be a medical reason for crying, such as reflux or GERD, heartburn, or a milk protein allergy or intolerance. (
  • The primary reason for crying is to protect eyes. (
  • According to Montague (1959), the major reason for crying is to prevent eyes from drying. (
  • These natural chemicals give your brain that "soothing" and "empty" feeling that takes over after you've been crying. (
  • Emotions that can lead to crying include sadness, anger, and even happiness. (
  • You can cry in frustration, anger, or from physical pain. (
  • This, paired with increased mucosal secretion during crying, could lead to a theory that crying is a mechanism developed in humans to dispose of this stress hormone when levels grow too high. (
  • Crying plays an important role for humans to survive (Darwin, 1872). (
  • That involuntary laughter, and sudden, uncontrollable crying jags, are part of a neurological disorder that left Diehl, of East Helena, Mont. (
  • As they mature, boys tend to cry less than girls. (
  • I tend to follow the wisdom of a fellow member of Project Beyond Blue who gives herself 20 minutes or a half-hour to cry. (
  • Crying is typically signaled by feelings of loss, separation, or helplessness, which would tend to put your body on high alert. (
  • Individuals tend to remember the positive aspects of crying, and may create a link between other simultaneous positive events, such as resolving feelings of grief. (
  • To conduct a preliminary study to develop a novel intervention package designed to support parents of excessively crying babies and to examine the feasibility of delivering and evaluating it within the NHS. (
  • I'm a community pediatrician in Mill Creek and talk with families every single day while I'm in clinic about crying, fussiness and the hard-work of raising young children. (
  • Recently, researchers have gotten curious to see if those impacts have wider, long-term effects on your body after you cry. (
  • In the middle of a depressive episode, especially, crying happens as naturally as sneezing or blowing your nose. (
  • Crying reduces stress, helps to deal with sorrow and other deep emotions and entices physical contact. (
  • Some wished they COULD cry, that meds have leveled out their emotions too much. (
  • When acute, unexplained crying lasts longer than 40 minutes, take your baby's temperature, check her for swollen gums, and undress her to look for areas of redness on her skin, swelling, or something in her clothing that may be irritating her, like a tag or pin. (
  • But studies show the stress release from crying lasts for a week. (