When the weather is nice and you are feeling relaxed, a massage might be the best option.
It might also be a good idea to get one after a stressful day.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that moms get their baby massage when they are “tired, sleepy, stressed, and stressed out” but the American Medical Association says that “there is no evidence that the massage is effective at helping with sleep, pain, or other symptoms of infant sleep disorders.”
You can check out a list of soothing massage techniques here.
A study conducted by the University of Arizona showed that massage can help infants with attention deficit disorder and ADHD.
It also found that moms who get their babies massaged at least once a day are three times less likely to have a child diagnosed with autism.
A study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry found that children who get a baby massage at least five times a day were less likely than children who do not get one to have behavioral problems or conduct disorder.
“A lot of parents have been surprised that they do not feel a sense of urgency to do a massage,” Dr. Deborah Pape, a pediatrician and the author of “The Baby Massage Handbook,” told NBC News.
“It might be because the baby is doing so well that parents don’t feel like they need to do anything.”
A recent study published by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that massage may not be the only thing that can help the brain function better.
It found that mothers who use the same massage for several months were more likely to experience improved mood and lower levels of depression.
The study found that the mothers who took more than five massage sessions a week had better brain function than those who did not.
In addition to helping with your baby’s health, you can use massage therapy as a form of stress relief.
Dr. David Ressler, an obstetrician and gynecologist at New York University School of Medicine, says that babies can feel stressed at birth.
If your baby is feeling stressed, you may want to talk to your doctor about how you can help him feel better.
You can also take baby steps in his or her life with a baby shower, baby shower music, or baby play.
“There’s nothing worse than a baby who is born into a house that is not the right size, but the right one,” Dr., Ressler said.
This article originally appeared on NBCNews.com