The natural desire of any parent is to grow the child strong and healthy. Obviously, sports can help the child in this. However, there is not always an unequivocal answer to the question: at what age should a child be enrolled in a particular sports section or school?
Of course, everything is very individual here. What matters is the sex of the child, the degree of his development, and finally, a predisposition to any kind of sport. In this case, it is simply necessary that the child himself would have the desire to practice, because attending the “hard labor” workouts chosen by his parents will only negatively affect his mental health. If parents do not take into account the child’s readiness to play sports, they may be faced with the fact that the child will soon be asked to pick him up from the section. Continue reading
Baby hardening is especially important for toddlers of infants and debilitated children (premature, suffering from malnutrition, rickets, diathesis, or other allergic diseases). Child hardening is based on the property of the body to gradually adapt to unusual conditions. The transition from weaker in terms of the effects of tempering procedures to stronger ones (by lowering the temperature of air, water, and increasing the duration of the procedure) should be carried out gradually. Hardening has a tonic effect, improves blood circulation, improves the tone of the nervous system, and normalizes metabolism. In the process of hardening, conditioned reflexes are formed and fixed, which contribute to the formation of protective reactions. Continue reading
Every woman has a different recovery period after giving birth. Before you start to play sports and give the body increased physical activity after carrying a child, you should consult with the gynecologist and find out how much the body has recovered after pregnancy and childbirth.
All young mothers are different: someone is already starting to run in the second month after giving birth, and someone needs a longer time to recover. On average, a woman needs about 100 days to fully recover from childbirth. During this period, doctors do not recommend engaging in hard sports and overloading the body, even if the child is on artificial feeding. If there are tears during the birth, you can play sports after six months to avoid the danger of seam divergence. Continue reading