Why do babies cry so much?

1. Hunger. Newborns feed every one to three hours throughout the first few months of life.

2. Dirty diaper. A newborn's life is a never-ending cycle of eating and changing diapers.

3. Extremely chilly or hot. It may be uncomfortable for anybody, including newborns, to feel hot or cold.

4. Gas. Gas can accumulate in your baby's stomach, resulting in discomfort, bloating, and yes—crying.

5. Sensitivity to food. Your immune system's response to specific foods is known as a food allergy.

They are uncommon among infants and usually don't appear until they begin solid meals.

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