Newborn Twitching?

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In case a newborn baby twitches a lot, parents should not have anything to worry about because they have endless movement and energy and their central nervous system is still immature and developing. It is common for newborns to twitch when asleep and it is known as benign sleep myoclonus and they will outgrow the movements in a few months.
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Newborn infants are bundles of endless energy and movement. The central nervous system of a newborn is still immature, and your baby doesn't really have control over his body's movements
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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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