How To Keep Your Baby From Having Icky, Painful Reflux

Published December 19, 2019

Rumble / Babies & KidsMiddle aged adults often experience heartburn, or acid reflux.
But according to Business Insider, babies experience it, too!
That's because their lower esophageal sphincter isn't fully developed.
There are two main ways you can prevent acid reflux in your baby before it even starts.
One way is to feed them smaller, more frequent meals.
Tilt their head 30 to 45 degrees during feedings as well as for 30 minutes after feedings.
And if that doesn't work, discuss medication with your pediatrician.