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Some reflexes in infancy go out over time to be replaced by other functions. Reflexes have a definite, if not completely accurate time to go out, and if left over from this time, can cause behavioral and learning difficulties.
The infantile reflexes disappear and disappearAmong the reflexes in infancy, those that are reflex reflexes or related to nutrition (eg, swallowing, blinking) are absolutely necessary to keep the baby alive. However, there are reflexes that go away over time, go out and it's not completely clear what its function is, Probably these evolutions were important movements at an earlier stage, but it is also possible that there are reflexes that take care of your baby When the central nervous system becomes mature enough, these reflexes become superfluous, each of which is only useful for a specific period of time. Over time reflexes impede the child's movement coordination and adversely affect behavior and learning abilities.