About 10-20 years ago, every second child took fish oil. “Feeding” is a tool, because it is useful, you can call it a special tradition. But now the new generation has refused to use the “goodies.” And, it would seem, almost no one is interested in the benefits of consuming fish oil, until the researchers decided to recall this, calling for the presence of capsules in the diet of children.
And if you look into the distant past, such a storehouse of vitamins was mandatory for admission to every child care facility. And even now, you probably frowned, remembering this specific smell and taste. However, one should not just put them in a distant drawer due to an unpleasant sensation from the “capsules”. After all, the benefits of fish oil are huge and affect the baby’s health.
Useful or not, that’s the question!
Of course! And all the grandmothers and mother’s tales in childhood were not in vain. If you recall that in this unique product there are polyunsaturated essential fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6, palmitic and oleic acids, vitamins (A, E and D) that are capable of fat dissolving, iodine, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, selenium , manganese, bromine and more. Continue reading
What to do if a child smokes? Parents find it difficult to transfer such news. After all, adults understand how much the habit harms the body. I want the child to grow strong and healthy. Than to panic, it is better to immediately begin to act. As a rule, adolescents are prone to addiction. It is at this age that the child tries to prove himself and begins to violate the prohibitions of his parents. So, the child smokes what to do mom and dad.
Why do children smoke
There are many reasons why children start smoking. It is important to understand your child. If you find out the reason, it will be easier to cope with addiction.
The most common reasons why children smoke:
Trying to seem older;
like young children, teens continue to copy adults. If his role model smokes, then probably the child will reproduce this detail;
a way to “join” in a cool company, get closer to idols; Continue reading
Too intense bouts of fear are called “panic attack.” This term refers to the state when panic is expressed in an external manifestation and in general well-being. It is accompanied by rapid heartbeat and breathing, chills, numbness of the arms and legs. Most often, a person loses control over his condition.
With a severe attack, a person notes two concomitant symptoms:
Derealization is the loss of a clear understanding of reality.
Depersonalization is a condition in which one’s own body is felt as something alien.
Recurrent Panic Attacks
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