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Ashton & Parsons Infants Powders Ashton & Parsons Infants Powders are a gentle, natural remedy, traditionally used for the pain and symptoms associated with teething. Made from tincture of Matricaria, which is extracted from German Chamomile flowers, generations of mums and dads have relied on us when cuddles arent enough. For many babies, teething is tough. As new teeth push up and start to emerge, little gums become swollen and tender. Your once calm, placid baby may disappear....... temporarily. Sometimes you can see or feel the swelling of a new tooth bud. Other teething signs to look for include: Loss of appetite Eating and breastfeeding stimulates blood flow to your babys mouth, which can make sore gums even more sensitive. So your baby might not want to eat as much as usual. Anything touching your babys mouth may not be tolerated. Restlessness and irritability If your babys gums are hurting, theyre likely to be irritable and unhappy. Add to that difficulty going to sleep and some nights of unsettled sleep due to the discomforts and its easy to understand why your little one is tired and grumpy. Flushed cheeks As teeth push through the gums, irritation can cause one or both of your babys cheeks to become red. Gnawing on hard objects Chewing down on blocks, your fingers, toys or anything else they can grab gives a little relief. Biting may become apparent at this stage too. Lots of drooling The telltale dribble can cause a rash around your babys mouth, chin and neck Teething tips for parents Weve been helping to soothe the discomforts of teething for generations. And weve picked up plenty of other teething tips in that time too: Teething toys or rings Made to satisfy your babys natural instinct to chew on something, teething toys and rings can often be chilled in the fridge for an extra soothing effect. Its recommended to sterilise them in boiling water first. Cool drinks Over the age of 6 months, a bottle or beaker of cold water or milk can help soothe inflamed and tender gums. Extra drinks are a good idea if your baby is dribbling a lot, to help them stay well hydrated. The best option is to give them cool water - just make sure it is not too cold. Massaging gums If your baby will let you, rubbing the sore gums gently in a circular motion can ease the pressure and pain of teeth pushing up.
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