It is at home where the family spends most of time throughout the life, and that is where there are opportunities to be some domestic accident of any kind.
Although all family members have an equal chance of having an accident, they are children who suffer most frequently. The age and life situation makes them for their ignorance, carelessness, weakness and mental characteristics, the most defenseless and most vulnerable. Continue reading “How to prevent accidents in the home”
In recent decades, research on child development have yielded important insights into the basic components of early human development. It has become clear that the infant has advanced skills in their behavior that allows it to be an active participant in their own social experience early. This is critical and in this context that the child developed a concept of self and other, rules of interaction and communicative intent of their behavior and that of others.
Breastfeeding helps in providing psychological growth optimal interactive environment for the child (a) and even more on the direct development of the central nervous system (CNS) providing (as) children greater intellectual capacity. Breastfeeding should be valued for their broad effects on children from all aspects and not only see the scope of the implications of nutritional considerations simplistic, but as a set of values that are indispensable in the development of children (as) and therefore society in general.
Tactile and vestibular stimulation to body contact and care of the mother give the child (or) in the nursing process are clearly important for other areas of development and this provides a direct learning experience based on interaction . Maternal self-esteem, competence and confidence in the maternal role and an increased sense of personal recovery, are psychological breakthroughs that have been shown in mothers who breastfeed their babies successfully. Continue reading “Impact of Breastfeeding:Intellectual Development of Children”
During the period of breastfeeding is very important to follow a correct and balanced diet and to ensure appropriate composition of milk ingested by the child, and for the increased energy demands of the mother. However, we must specify that only part of the maternal nutrition affects the health of the infant, as the latter, fortunately, however, has metabolic and hormonal mechanisms able to cope with possible ingestion of harmful components.
The diet is suggested to the mother under these conditions differs slightly from that recommended generally: a Mediterranean diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables to ensure an adequate intake of nutrients. What is to be considered, however, is the increased energy demands of the mother, who must also take into account the energy used to produce milk (about 90 Kcal per 100 g of milk). On a day to get a new mother can also consume 800 kcal to produce milk. These calories need to be replenished adequately.
Simple sugars should be avoided as much as possible as they provide only a surplus of calories without benefits for the production of milk, contrary to the carbohydrate complex (bread, pasta, cereals ..) can be taken regularly. The protein affects only the quantity of milk produced, not the quality and, therefore, should slightly increase their consumption. Very important is to ensure a regular intake of olive oil , as it ensures the presence of fatty acids essential for the lipid component of milk. Even the fish that provide omega-3 is better during lactation. Continue reading “What to eat while breastfeeding”
IN THE FIRST FIVE YEARS OF MOST ACCIDENTS OCCUR IN THE HOME
Domestic accidents in children are considered as a real public health problem and, indeed, in childhood and adolescence are the most frequent cause of consultation in the emergency department. Today is one of the leading causes of death in children 1 to 14 years of age.
Even if the child has a highly developed survival instinct that allows you to react to the instability, loneliness, darkness, fire or water, their natural curiosity drives him to want to discover the world at your fingertips, especially so for him is unknown. But children have no power and no concept developed psychomotor enough of the dangers. Continue reading “Domestic accidents – How to avoid them”
1. Do not worry much about the amount of calories you consume by eating. Balance your diet and make sure you eat varied.
2. Eat foods rich in protein and low in carbohydrates and a little vegetable fat. The protein can increase metabolic process up to 30% and help balance the release of insulin for better secretion of the hormone glucagon in the pancreas. Induced glucagon mobilizes fat tissue where it is stored and thus helps you lose weight. Therefore, a balanced diet keeps blood sugar levels normal and the ability to burn stored fat.
3. Eat foods with complex carbohydrates that also contain proteins such as tofu, lentils, baked potato with no dressing, sesame seeds, beans, rice diet, whole grains, chicken and turkey without skin, white fish (non- shrimp, lobster, oysters, etc.) Chicken, turkey and fish must be prepared on the grill or oven, you cannot eat fried.
4. Eat fresh fruits and raw vegetables in abundance, make a daily meal based only on fruits and vegetables, eat low-calorie vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, cucumbers, green beans, lettuce, onions, radishes, spinach , turnips, etc. Among the fruits low in calories and carbohydrates are: apples, cantaloupe, grapefruit, strawberries, and watermelons.
5. The bananas, cherries, corn, figs, grapes, pineapple, sweet foods are high in calories and can be consumed very sparingly. Continue reading “RECOMMENTED FOOD: OBESED PEOPLES”
A person is considered obese when has 20% more weight than a person with the same age, sex and height. Obesity is considered a health problem rather than a simple matter of aesthetics, as it increases the risk of a person to suffer from some diseases. For example, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and stroke are two times more common in obese than in normal weight.
In simple terms, obesity results from an imbalance in the energy exchange. Too much energy is taken food without spending the same amount in the activities. The body takes the excess calories, making them into fat and storing which can lead to a weight problem.
* Diet high in fats and sugars from childhood
* Trend hereditary
* Endocrine-Metabolic Imbalance
* Emotional stress
* Sedentary lifestyle
* Love of Food
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND TIPS HOME
* Avoid chewing gum. The calories in chewing gum are few but increase the appetite.
* Stay active, take a brisk walk every day before breakfast or snack to burn calories. Climb the stairs instead of the elevator, walking cycling or swimming. Continue reading “DISEASES: OBESITY”
A sac is usually only a symptom of a rather short night. In individual cases, bags under the eyes are signs of serious disease.
Bags under the eyes can be caused by a common constitution, by a sleepless night or by a boozy party. Especially in this area, the skin is very thin and sensitive. A sac is an accumulation of fluids under the eye. Under normal conditions, this state disappears again after a filled night. In some cases, eye bags show but also a disease. In general, these signs are not cause for concern. It only tells us about the health of the people something. There are about 20 signals the body to a harmless meaning close or abnormal symptoms, which can handle only a doctor.
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A healthy diet affects our well-being prevail. It is time to act deliberately – for themselves and for the whole family.
The diet of a person not only has direct effects on his health, it also decides on the general well-being to the appearance. What we eat is reflected not only in the body weight back, but it affects the whole organism. We feel better overall, are more powerful and sporty fiter, the healthier we eat. Continue reading “Healthy eating – because you are what you eat”
Shoulder dystocia occurs when a baby’s head passes through the vagina during birth, but his shoulders were stuck inside the mother. This can be risky for both mother and baby. Dystocia means a “labor and delivery slow or difficult.”
Shoulder dystocia may occur when:
- The baby is bigger than usual. Overweight women and women with diabetes have an increased risk of having bigger babies.
- The opening of the mother’s pelvis is too small for the baby’s shoulders to pass.
- While there are risk factors for shoulder dystocia, health professionals usually can not predict or prevent it. In most of cases are discovered after delivery has begun.
Continue reading “Shoulder dystocia, unusually difficult childbirth”