Nov 16, 2011

Neh, Owh, and Eh

Neh, Owh, and Eh All humans have reflexes, such as: sneezing, hiccups, and burps. But there is other reflex that experienced by all infants, namely: "crying". Cries of infants can show us about what they need. (for example: food, comfort, sleep, etc.). If their needs are not answered, then most likely they would be crying hysterically.

Baby's cry is an expression of their needs. If the baby left to cry in a long time, it will result in the disruption of infant growth and development of intelligence.

Dunstan Baby Language is a system that learned the meaning of crying babies. This system includes several "language" used by babies from day one to deliver their needs. These cries are universal, and applies to all babies in the world. Dunstan Baby Language is intended for all pregnant women, and parents who just had babies with less than three months of age.

According to Dunstan Baby Language, there are some universal word (or sound reflexes) used by the baby. Some of them are:

- Neh (I'm hungry)
Infants use sound reflex "Neh" to communicate to us that they are hungry. This sound is produced by pushing the tongue to the roof of the mouth (a bit like sucking reflex). This is a sign of the need for breast milk.

- Owh (I'm sleepy)
Infants use sound reflex "Owh" to communicate that they are tired. Generated voice sounded like a yawn. If you hear this sound reflex, immediately make your baby sleep.

- Eh (I have gas)
Infants use sound reflex "Eh" to communicate that they need to burp. The sound is produced when a large air bubble trapped in the chest, and reflexes are trying to remove it out of the mouth. So, your baby needs to burp.



In fact, the things I have learned is very valuable. By learning the language of babies, we hope that we can reduce the stress on our baby.

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