A pediatrician shows you how to calm a crying baby
A pediatrician shows you how to calm a crying babyRobert Hamilton/YouTube

'How to calm a crying baby' and 'tips to put a baby to sleep' are some of the common queries that new parents seek an answer to.

Now, a California-based pediatrician has come up with a useful tip for parents on 'how to calm a crying baby' in a video that has gone viral on social media.

In a career spanning 30 years, Dr Robert Hamilton has handled many new born babies and often asks parents to try out his four-step trick to calm crying babies who are upto 3 months of age.

In the video, Hamilton asks the parents to fold the baby's arms across the chest, secure arms gently, grasp diaper area and then rock the baby at a 45-degree angle. With this simple trick, two babies stop crying in the video.

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"Finally, if your baby does not quiet down, think about two things, maybe your baby is not feeling well or is hungry," Dr Hamilton explains in the video.

In 5 days, the video was viewed by more than four million people after it was uploaded on Dr Hamilton's YouTube channel. 

Watch the video below:

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