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Even before birth, most babies have a strong desire to suck their thumbs. Scientists have proven that almost 30% of all babies in the womb are sucking their thumbs. If this bad habit continues past age 3 or 4, kids are prone to social embarrassment. The good news is that you can now help your child stop sucking his thumb. In this guide, we will outline 5 easy steps that will help any toddler stop sucking his thumb.
This guide will help you discover the necessity of learning how to stop thumb sucking and will reveal the negative consequences of thumb sucking on your baby’s teeth. In addition to the side effects, this guide will explain easy steps and strategies on how to stop thumb sucking, such as:
- Talking to your toddler about this habit of his.
- Identifying when thumb sucking usually occurs.
- Purchasing habit breaking aids.
- Taking advantage of peer pressure.
- Staying consistent.