Look at these adorable babies’ reactions…They are so sweet

We all know that infant reflexes, also known as infant reflexes or infant reflexes, are normal and extremely important for a baby to survive. These are the baby’s muscular reactions, involuntary movements, or nervous reactions to stimuli or stimuli, which may include sound, light, sudden movement, and hitting or touching something. Doctors and nurses check the baby’s reflexes to see if the baby’s brain and nervous system are working properly. If you notice abnormal reflexes in your child, be sure to see a doctor right away, as they can also cause central nervous system dysfunction.

There are many different types of neonatal reflexes. You will notice and meet many of them when you communicate and spend more time with your baby. They can be really beautiful and fun to watch. Some reflexes occur and occur only during specific periods of a child’s development, but some may persist for years until he or she becomes an adult. It should be noted that some adults who have a brain injury or stroke may also develop reflexes in the child.

Babies usually show a complete moro reflex, which mainly involves the arms, head, and legs during the first 12 weeks after birth. Moro reflex is also known as disc reflex. The child is usually terrified and afraid of loud noises, sudden movements or strong light. As a stimulus, the baby suddenly raises his arms and legs, bends over his body, and then throws his head back. Your baby’s own crying can wake him / her up and irritate the Moro reflex.

Some children may have an abnormal Moro reflex that involves only one side of the body. Other children may not have a moro reflex at all. Some of the causes of abnormal or absent Moro reflex may include some infections, muscle weakness, certain injuries received after childbirth, peripheral nerve damage, such as cerebral palsy.