Nobody wants a stressed-out baby. The stress is contagious, and chronic stress has long-term health consequences. When babies are exposed to high levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, they are more likely to develop behavior problems and stress-related diseases later in life. But there is good news for parents feeling the strain: We can do a lot to protect babies from the effects of toxic stress.
1. Offer lots of physical affection...but pay attention to what your baby likes and dislikes.
2.Engage your baby in one-on-one communication, but don't force it.
lastly massage, massage can also do a lot for your baby if you know the right area that he or she is stressed out. These image will guide you through the right points to massage your baby.