Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Why my baby crying? Is there a way to find out?

We adult speak out when we encounter any problems or discomfort. But, baby cries for the same to express their concerns. They cry for various reasons such as hunger, bad weather, pain, stressed out etc. It is very difficult to understand the reason for first time parents. If the reason is not visible it makes things worst. Parents are taking utmost care in satisfying Babies’ needs, but still they are not able to identify certain causes which make babies uncomfortable.

First time parents find it difficult for few months to identify the reason, they find out the cause only by trial and error method which cannot be applied in all the cases. So they need some handy tool to help them out. That is where “Baby Crying Analyser” comes in handy to help them out.

If we want to calm down a baby, first we should understand the causes for the crying. Baby might cry for various reasons, such as hungry, sleepiness, boredom, and discomfort. If we don't care them, they might get into stress bursting habits such as Thumb sucking

Baby Crying Analyser finds out these reasons and shows the parents the awareness. It has a microphone which recognizes the crying sound and converts it into digital signal. Then it will stimulate the appropriate indicators. It is a portable device with LCD display. It also detects the room temperature to help peaceful sleep.

Though some extreme noises in the room may affect its reading, if it places within 6 feet from your baby, it will work efficiently. Though technology devices helps to some extent, we should remember that babies will calm down if they get handful of cuddle from their mom.

23 comments:

Brian Miller said...

smiles...babies crying...i am glad we are out of that stage...it def stirs a reaction to hear one now even still...

Theresa Mahoney said...

What an interesting device. We are way past the baby crying stage. Does it work on pre teens too? I can't figure out what my daughter is throwing a fit about half the time lol.

Dee D said...

Wow! Now where was this cool gadget when I had my first child? It sure would have come in handy.

NatureFootstep said...

I´m not too fond of all those gadgets around. It is better parents spend time to learn the new individuals needs by hemselves.

JoJo said...

I have to say I had no idea that not attending to a baby's crying leads to thumbsucking. My mom told me that my pediatrician told her to let me cry it out and refuse to go in unless it was clear I was in distress. I was a thumbsucker till the age of 12/13.

Launna said...

This sounds like an interesting product.. I have never used a product like this :)

Have a great rest of the week :)

Endah Murniyati said...

I love this post

Zoe said...

Hi John,

This is a cute device! I think a cuddle always works!

Zoe

Bob Bushell said...

What they want is, loving parents.

Christine said...

This is wild! Thanks for sharing!

Pat Hatt said...

Wow, they have a gadget for everything now a days

Lexa Cain said...

I've never heard of the Baby Cry Analyzer before. Anything that can help a new mom is aces in my book! :)

Daisy said...

Interesting gadget! Too bad this wasn't around when I had my sons all those years ago.
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Nee said...

I found this very interesting . When my first was born (12 years ago) I figured out manage his needs , (I have 4) I checked to see if they was wet , hungry are had a fever . If all was okay , I just gave them a cuddle .
No gadget can compare to a cuddle .
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Christine Rains said...

Interesting product. Reminds me of the invention on The Simpsons episode that translated what babies said!

My Garden Diaries said...

Oh this is just too cool! I wish I had been able to experiment with something like this with the beans! Have a great weekend! Nicole

Rose said...

That is an interesting gadget! Thanks for your comment in my blog. :)

mun said...

Your blog really covers a wide range of subjects. This product really sounds good for new parents.

Shirley Tay said...

Wish I knew of this interesting gadget when I was pregnant more than 15 yrs ago. Thanks for sharing & I'm following you now at G+, Pinterst & Twitter (blackswanst)! Would love to have you follow me too!

Betsy Adams said...

The Baby Crying Analyser looks GREAT.... Wow--since I'm 71 (almost 72), lots of things have changed since I had babies 40-50 years ago... ha ha

Hope that new gadget works. It might help stressed parents with their crying babies.

Hugs,
Betsy

J said...

While I respect the research that goes into improving our lives, this is a gadget that doesn't appeal to me. My instinct has always been to pick up and rock a crying baby, no matter the problem. I'm a grandma and just not an advocate of leaving little ones to fend for themselves. Change the diaper, feed them, cuddle them and rock them to sleep! These times don't last forever!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sounds like a winner to me!!

DeniseinVA said...

I can see a lot of new parents would love this.

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