Vitamin D – a fighter for women’s beauty and health. Not all women think that increased tooth sensitivity, hair loss, and many other problems are caused by a deficiency of a substance such as vitamin D. If you are familiar with such symptoms, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with our material that will help to fully clarify and correct the situation.
Vitamin D. What role does it play?
Substances belonging to this group perform a number of functions that are significant for the body:
contribute to the normalization of the exchange of phosphorus, as well as calcium;
carry out the movement of calcium in the bone from the blood; Continue reading
My name is Anna Batrak, I am a perinatal psychologist, an experienced instructor in exercise therapy for pregnant women with a patent for changing the position of the fetus in the uterus. I would like to cover such a topic as the pelvic presentation of the fetus and methods of inverting it.
Presentation of the fetus is the position of the baby in the womb of the mother. Usually it is examined at 32-33 weeks of gestation. Prior to this period, with incorrect presentation of the fetus, the tactics of expectant observation are used in the expectation that the fetus itself will take the desired position. However, after 33 weeks, the probability of a flip to the correct position becomes lower with each week. In order to help the baby to take the right position, you can use special exercises from corrective gymnastics.
Fetal position correction
There are several techniques that can help correct the presentation of the fetus in the uterus. Continue reading
We are always waiting for something or someone. We are waiting for the tooth fairy to arrive, who will wave the wand and the child’s teeth will stop hurting. Well, or the child will stop complaining. Waiting is an insidious enemy. It will not play in your favor, especially in “dental matters”. Today I give an example of common situations that are urgent.
We don’t wait, but we go to the dentist
The first teeth without enamel
Let’s say a child is 1 year old. His milk teeth have just begun to erupt, but they are without enamel. Parents think they need to wait. They argue that the baby is still small and everything will get better in time. Continue reading