Want to go to school, the baby is still eating fingers? How do you quit? – the mother and child to go to school, Sohu, still eating fingers? This article will help you get rid of the habit. Kara Angelone’s three year old daughter, Addie, was born with a love for her finger. Open her growth record, you can see in the ultrasound image, Addie in the womb is eating fingers. Now, three years later, she hasn’t got rid of the habit. "She’ll feel safer and more comfortable." Angelone said, "I think it will help her relax, because when she feels nervous, just put your hand into her mouth, and she’ll calm down." However, a 3 year old child is still eating fingers, right? Psychologists, pediatric specialists, and pediatric dentists say parents can help their children get rid of the habit of eating fingers by some efforts. In order to relax their finger sucking sucking on the baby is a very natural phenomenon, "pediatric experts RobertAnderson said," in seeking comfort and relaxation, with a thumb or finger to help them has become a habit, this is a very common phenomenon. In the first few months of birth, or earlier, the baby will suck the thumb or other fingers, to sleep, to calm themselves, or just feel good, Anderson said. At this stage, it is normal not only to suck fingers, but also to the child’s development and language development. However, parents are most frequently asked questions, how long will it take to eat? The children have to go to kindergarten is still eating finger, normal? Don’t stop eating habits hand babies "usually, children in 2-4 years of age, other coping skills (such as language development) will slowly develop the habit of eating fingers will slowly get rid of," says Hayes Mary of children’s oral experts. The development of these coping skills will replace the need for children to eat their fingers, Hayes said. But for some children, it is more difficult to get rid of the habit of eating fingers, which will produce some problems in the development of the oral cavity. "We are thinking, just before the child’s permanent teeth grow out, they can get rid of the habit of eating fingers, and the influence on oral jaw can reach the minimum." Hayes said, "but now, the study found that the habit of eating the finger will have some adverse effects, even if the child is relatively small – that is, 2-4 years old." Hayes, a member of the American Academy of pediatric dentistry, is also an open-minded person, he said, sucking, the pressure can be transferred to the upper jaw and soft tissue at the top of the mouth. So the above jaw will become narrower, resulting in two rows of teeth asymmetry, although braces can solve this problem, but also leads to problems of language development, such as lisp, which are required by the treatment can be corrected. The long-term effects of eating can be more than just that, and if the child’s teeth are inverted, that is, the upper and lower teeth will not bite. Mouth at the top because of sucking, will ~相关的主题文章: