Don’t know when baby`s first tooth will arrive? Don’t worry, you’re little one will let you know—load and clear around the 5 or 6 month mark.
While teething can be a breeze for some toddlers, others experience pain, restlessness, and insomnia with teething pain. Luckily, you don’t have to sit back powerless as a parent. You can offer up these eight safe, natural pain relief options to help sooth your teething toddler…
This first and probably the simplest remedy for teething is ice. When applied to the tender gums and new, budding teeth, ice cubes anaesthetise (freeze) and soothe inflammation. You can apply an ice cube by rubbing it gently against baby’s gums or get creative by making your own freezies out of water and real fruit juice, herbal tea, or even your breast milk.