Baby Twitching?

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Twitching is normal in some babies, especially newborns. The central nervous system in newborns is not fully developed. This can cause jerking or shaking movements.
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Babies normally twitch when their nerves are underdeveloped. The baby is still building its neurological system and it is still working out the kinks and trying to work properly.
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Babies dream just like adults do, and that means they have REM, or rapid eye movement, during a cycle of dreaming. During a REM cycle, your newborn's face will twitch. She also probably
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The Moro reflex, for example, causes your baby to jerk suddenly and fling his arms out
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Yea the nerves are underdeloped more than likely. You might even notice that your little one's chin quivers. It also might be a reflex or startling. You probably have nothing to worry
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