Archive for October, 2009
Depending on its age, the baby’s sleep needs are different. The more it grows, the less he sleeps. However, during his younger age, it is essential that baby to nap during the day. Baby should have a regular rhythm of sleep. Naturally, it can adapt to the lifestyle of the family, and his routine will result.
In principle, from its birth to its third month, the rest needs are increased. Day and night, the newborn has a rhythm of sleep per cycle of 3 or 4 hours is the reason why he can wake up at night. Beyond three months, he can acquire the lifestyle of his parents: one sleeps at night. Read the rest of this entry »
Farewell tears and pain caused by vaccination! So baby is protected against disease risk, it must be vaccinated. Injecting a dose of bacteria or virus infectivity attenuated help strengthen its antibody.
But since the tiny is still sensitive, being pierced his skin so soft can make him cry. To address this incident that the U.S. laboratory of Oregon has invented a new way to soften the vaccination of babies.
Thus, the objective is to avoid pain. The researchers used a syringe without a needle, syringe called patch. It quickly injects the vaccine solution through a small hole placed in contact with the skin. Read the rest of this entry »
Regurgitation are common phenomena in the newborn. They occur mainly during the first months of life for not stopping at the 12th month. Indeed, they are occurring just lifts milk after breastfeeding or bottle feeding.
Regurgitation is part of daily life for about 40% of normal babies and healthy, no need to worry too much. It often happens after the baby burp.
A priori, this is due to immaturity of the baby’s digestive system. The elastic muscle at the entrance to the stomach, also called “sphincter” is not yet fully operational. The valve can be opened easily by the stomach contents, dates and milk. Read the rest of this entry »
Chocolate is known for its many therapeutic properties. In pregnant women, it helps to better combat preeclampsia that is other than gestational hypertension occurring during the second half of pregnancy.
In the United Kingdom, 70 000 women each year are victims of this disease, linked to defective placentation and poor vascularization by the spiral arteries whose 1000 death of baby and 10 women, according to the Annals of Epidemiology.
As a result, the chocolate would reduce the risk of preterm delivery. Because it helps to prevent preeclampsia, pregnant women will have less risk of premature delivery, 2500 women were taken as sample for this study. Read the rest of this entry »