Did you know that children can be treated with animals, music, painting or “digging” in the sand? Most adults underestimate the efficacy of therapies. But deciding on such a step, the results will not be long in coming. There are many types of therapies for children. It remains only to choose the right one. Significant occasions are not required to take the course. They are suitable for healthy children to relieve nervous tension. The techniques are recommended for anxious sleep, stress, lethargy in a child, developmental problems. Some types of therapies are adapted for children due to their health status and age.
Zootherapy for children
It is also called pet therapy, animal therapy. The technique is based on the contact of the child and “our smaller brothers.” Who treats better than a dolphin, dog, cat or horse. They cheer up, help overcome shyness, anxiety and self-doubt. Zootherapy is suitable for children who have difficulties in communication, training. Effective after severe injuries, physical or psychological. Some of the sections are used for cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy. Consult a specialist to find a safe option. Continue reading
The first bath of a newborn is not a simple hygienic procedure. There are subtleties and goals. Many mothers think about whether it is necessary and whether it is possible to bathe a newborn in the delivery room. Opinions are generally divided. In this article I want to tell you the whole truth about it.
The first bath of the newborn
When doctors talk about the first bathing of a newborn, it means cleansing the skin of blood and feces. Do this with caution so as not to wash off the original grease. What is it and why is it so important for a child?
Primary lubrication (PS) – happens only in people. This is a “magic” film that protects the skin of a newborn. It is she who is the chemical and mechanical barrier in the womb of a woman. It helps to adapt the skin of the baby after birth. After all, at first he had his own “climate” inside his mother. Primary lubrication begins to be produced in the fetus at the end of the second trimester of pregnancy. Continue reading