The exact cause of colic is unknown, as it can result from several contributing factors.
While several probable reasons have been explored, it's difficult for researchers to pinpoint each contributing factor, such as why it usually begins late in the first month of life, how it varies among infants, why it happens at certain times of day and why it resolves on its own in time.
However, several feeding-related triggers can be isolated and solved.
🍼 Digestive system that is not fully developed
🍼 Imbalance of healthy bacteria in the digestive tract
🍼 Food allergies or intolerances
🍼Overfeeding, underfeeding, or infrequent burping