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Colic And Reflux-
Soothe Settle and Sleep 

 
Have you been told your baby has colic?
Or have you googled “My baby won’t stop crying” and the search comes back as colic? Or Reflux? You are not alone. 

Colic is a term that is regularly used to describe unsettled babies who excessively cry for at least 3 hours per day, for at least 3 days a week, over a 3 week period. 

Reflux is stomach acid bouncing up out of the stomach. It can be quite uncomfortable and some babies experience severe pain 
 
But there is a lot of confusion around what colic and reflux actually are, what causes it, what the symptoms are, and what you can do. 
If you are reading this then your baby is probably suffering from reflux or colic or is very unsettled and you don’t know why. 
 
One thing is for sure, that having a baby with colic or reflux is distressing for a baby and hard for parents. Even if you know what colic or reflux is before you have your baby or have some experience of friends who have babies who have suffered from it, nothing can quite prepare you for what it feels like to have a colicky baby and the sense of helplessness, frustration, and anxiety it can induce.  
 
 I want you to know that I hear you and I understand exactly how horrendous it can be when your baby is suffering and you know something isn’t right but you feel like no one is listening. 
  
My mission is to support families of babies with reflux or colic-related symptoms to help you resolve their pain and discomfort, often without the need for medication.
  
 Having trained with Blossom And Berry- I take a holistic approach to finding the root cause of your baby’s discomfort or pain. Together we will go through it and advise you on the appropriate course of action to resolve this.  

I will also offer lots of help and support for soothing, settling, and helping your bubba to sleep. Dipping into my experience as a baby massage and baby yoga instructor and baby sleep consultant so that your baby is as comfortable and comforted as possible until we find the cause of their discomfort. I offer a strong support network for you as a parent (s) to help you through this challenging process.