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its totally normal as baby's brain is growing constantly at this age head remains hot than body temperature...but my baby is not having cough problm
Sweat Glands: A newborn baby has no active sweat glands save the ones on his head. You must have realised that your baby's body never sweats. It is only the head that sweats a lot. This is because only the baby's head had active sweat glands. If your baby's head is breaking into sweat, it just means he or she is feeling hot.
Sweating At Night : If you are worried that your baby's head is sweating while sleeping, then that too has a valid cause. Babies do not toss and turn like adults in their sleep. That is why; their head stays in more of less the same position. This leads to over heating of the head and sweating of the head at night. Another reason could be that you are wrapping your baby up too much at bedtime. Do not overheat your baby because it can lead to sudden infant death syndrome.
Read more at: http://www.boldsky.com/pregnancy-parenting/baby/2014/four-reasons-your-baby-head-is-sweating-040277.html
My son is 4.5 month old n I have notice tat his feet r very hot during night n he feel uncomfortable for sleeping. Plz suggest reasons n solution for this....
It's quite okey
It's baby's heat maintaining system which is inbuilt
Heat is saved by fats deposited upon kidneys over shoulder( brown fat)
Heat loss through evaporation
Evaporation takes thro major surface area ie head
Balance between heat loss n heat saved
Heat is maintained
See that baby is breast fed Adequate
So that there is no dehydration.....
This is the physiology behind