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Deficiency of Nutrients in Mother's milk

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Deficiency of Nutrients in Mother's milk
Posted in 2014


Deficiency of Nutrients decreases Brain & body functioning of your Child
Many pregnant and breast-feeding women are deficient in iodine and should take a daily supplement containing iodide, according to a leading group of pediatricians.
Iodine, generally obtained from iodized salt, produces thyroid hormone, an essential component for normal brain development in the developing baby.
But as consumption of processed foods has increased, so has iodine deficiency because the salt in processed foods is not iodized, according to a policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics
Currently, only about 15 percent of pregnant and breast-feeding women take supplements containing iodide, the researchers said. Supplemental iodine is usually in the form of potassium iodide or sodium iodide, according to the …

Try to be cool for your fertility

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Try to be cool for your fertility
Posted in 2012


Try to keep your cool
Sperm develops best in cool surroundings. Men who sit with computers on their laps can have reduced fertility levels. Men should also avoid long, hot baths. One study found that switching to cool showers increases sperm production by five times. Also, swap tight pants for roomier boxer shorts.
Soak up the sunshine
Sunlight boosts fertility in both men and women by increasing levels of Vitamin D. Studies have found Vitamin D increases levels of the female sex hormones progesterone and oestrogen, which regulate periods and make conception more likely. It also boosts sperm count.
Take time to relax
Stress can have a huge impact on female fertility. It can also slow male sperm production and lower libido.
Eat more dairy
Women, who eat one serving of full-fat dairy a day, reduce their risk of infertility by more t…

Energy you need per day

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Energy you need per day





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Energy you need per day
Posted in 2013


Most of us understand that weight management depends upon the energy balance equation; the amount of energy you put into your body (food calories) versus the amount of energy you expend (activity). But how do you know how many calories your body needs to reach or maintain a certain weight? Understanding your body's energy requirements can help guide you when making nutritional choices. I'll show you two ways to determine your energy requirements, the accurate way and the easy way. The Accurate Way
There are three primary components that make up your body's energy expenditure. Adding these three components together, basal metabolic rate, energy expended during physical activity, and the thermic effect of food is the most accurate way of determining how many calories your body requires each day. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): Most of the…

Your subconscious mind effect your child

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Your subconscious mind effect your child
Posted in 2014

Your subconscious thoughts affect your fetus
Another powerful way parents affect their fetus is through their beliefs. I’ll explain.
Your life is a reflection of your beliefs. These beliefs come from a lifetime of experiences and interactions with other people. Most of these beliefs are subconscious. And they quietly “program” your mind to react to your world. If these beliefs are negative, it programs our minds to be self-defeating. We see it everyday in people who say, “I can’t___”, “I’m not good enough to ___, “I have am so unlucky ___” and so on.
As expectant parents, the negative programming usually comes out in fear:
…“Am I going to make the same mistakes my parents made?”
…“Will my baby be healthy and deliver naturally?”
…“Can I adequately provide for my child?”
Single mothers often have additional negative em…

Father can teach his child before birth

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Father can teach his child before birth
Posted in 2014

Research shows soon after conception, a level of consciousness exists in the embryo. As the fetus develops, its subconscious stores information to prepare it for its mother’s environment. But, the father’s role in relation to the mother is also important.
By the sixth month, the fetus can hear and move in rhythm to its mother’s voice. Imagine the different influence this has if the mother is happily singing or yelling in anger.
It’s no surprise that sonograms taken while parents yell at each other show the baby’s entire body flinching in agitation. Imagine the damage caused by months of feeding this negative energy to a fetus. Frightening, isn’t it? In fact, studies show a bad relationship between parents increases the child’s risk of psychological and physical damage by a startling 200% or more!
So the parents sho…

Mother's thoughts effect on her child ... 5

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Mother's thoughts effect on her child ...  5
Posted in 2014

Mother's imagination on her child



imagine your growing baby.
Maybe she is one centimeter or maybe ten centimeters.
Visualize what a healthy child looks like.
Sense what a healthy child feels like.
Hear what a healthy child sounds like.
How does his heart pump blood?
How do her arms move?
How are his cells growing?
See your little one smile in the womb.
Hear her laugh, and feel her move in joyful motion.
There is no right or wrong. Let your five-minute daydream flow however a healthy child may be imagined. Science is uncovering how  so much of what was once thought vague in a cloud of ambiguity  is actually very physical and more exact than we are usually taught to believe.  “Every change in the mental emotional state, conscious or unconscious, is accompanied by an appropriate change in the phy…

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Mother's thoughts effect on her child ...  4
Posted in 2014



Research has confirmed that imagery can alter blood flow, grow healthy cells, and destroy cancer cells.Lipton has even offered that a pregnant mother can affect her unborn child’s genetic development. Whether it’s called imagery, visualization, meditation, or hypnosis, decades of research have established this process for generating a multitude of tangible changes in the mental, emotional, and physical body. If you are a pregnant woman, you may try these visual exercises: In a place that is free of interruptions, close your eyes and practice seeing, feeling, hearing, smelling and even tasting your way into a relaxed feeling, perhaps bringing attention towards your developing baby.  The key is to gently feel ease as you flow through this imagery. Imagine as many senses as you can, immersing yourself…

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Mother's thoughts effect on her child ...  3
Posted in 2014


On the flip side of the emotional-stress spectrum, something else occurs. Verny says, “Positive maternal emotions have been shown to advance the health of the unborn child.” He continues, “Thoughts which infuse the developing baby with a sense of happiness or calm can set the stage for a balance, happy, and serene disposition throughout life.” Deepak Chopra agrees: “When you feel joyful, your body produces natural pleasure chemicals called endorphins and encephalins. When you are peaceful and relaxed, you release chemicals similar to prescription tranquilizers.” Without stress, your baby’s nervous system works smoothly. When you’re calm and centered, your baby is able to grow peacefully,” says Chopra.


In "Nurturing the Unborn Child," Verny suggests 47 exercises that a pregnant woman can p…

Mother's thoughts effect on her child ... 2

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Mother's thoughts effect on her child ...  2
Posted in 2014


A pregnant woman’s thoughts are the precursor for her emotions.  And her emotions are the precursor for the neurohormones that Thomas Verny refers to. In "Magical Beginnings, Enchanted Lives," Dr. Deepak Chopra clearly explains what pregnancy research is showing, “When a pregnant mother is anxious, stressed, or in a fearful state, the stress hormones released into her bloodstream cross through the placenta to the baby. Hundreds of studies have confirmed that chemicals released by the pregnant mother’s body are transported into the womb and affect the unborn baby.” Negative thoughts are often the root cause of a fear-based stress response. Chopra says, “Stress activates the unborn child’s endocrine system and influences fetal brain development. Children born to mothers who had intensely st…

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Mother's thoughts effect on her child ...  1
Posted in 2014

Experts and evidence suggest that positive thinking can shape the body, heal internally, and even nurture a healthier child during pregnancy. A pregnant woman’s thoughts have a physical connection to her unborn child. “Everything the pregnant mother feels and thinks is communicated through neurohormones to her unborn child, just as surely as are alcohol and nicotine,” says Dr. Thomas Verny whose books, professional publications, and founding of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) and Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, have established him as one of the world’s leading authorities on the effects of prenatal environment on personality development. Medical dictionaries define emotion as a mental and physical state, referring to the hormo…

Life style develops fertility

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Life style develops your fertility
Posted in October 2013

Lifestyle and fertility to have Healthy and Brilliant child
As with most areas of health, the way we live our lives can impact on how well our body functions. The most common lifestyle factors associated with reduced fertility are as follows:
Increased female age
The chances of achieving a pregnancy fall sharply after the age of 35. By 40, even though a woman may still be menstruating normally, the quality of her remaining eggs is reduced and the chances of conception are low. This is a limiting factor not only for normal conception but also in IVF. A variety of tests may be employed to give a better prediction of ovarian reserve than age alone.
Diet and BMI
Diet and BMI (body mass index) play an important role in the proper functioning of the male and female reproductive systems. Women who are overweight or underweight are l…

Lever and other outside of the body

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Lever and other outside of the body



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Lever and other outside of the body
Posted in 2014

Scientific Reasons
Scientifically it is known as Omphalocele, also known as exomphalos, is a birth defect of the abdominal (belly) wall. The infant’s intestines, liver, or other organs stick outside of the belly through the belly button. The organs are covered in a thin, nearly transparent sac that hardly ever is open or broken.
As the baby develops during weeks six through ten of pregnancy, the intestines get longer and push out from the belly into the umbilical cord. By the eleventh week of pregnancy, the intestines normally go back into the belly. If this does not happen, an omphalocele occurs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year about 775 babies in the United States are born with an omphalocele.1 In other words, about 1 out of every 5,386 babies born in the United States ea…

Possible male fertility problems

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Possible Male Fertility Problems
Posted in 2015

Sexually Transmitted diseases or other infections. Genital infections such as chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause infertility in men. The infertility can often be resolved by treating the infection.
Blockages, birth defects , or physical damage. In some cases, men are born with blockages in parts of the testicle or other abnormalities that prevent sperm from getting into the semen. Physical trauma to the testicles, prostate, and urethra can also result in fertility problems. Surgery can sometimes correct the problem.
Retrograde ejaculation. In this disorder, semen doesn't come out of the penis during ejaculation, but instead enters the bladder. It can be caused by diabetes , certain medications , and surgery to the bladder, prostate, or urethra.
Genetic diseases. Although it's rare, genetic illnesses such as cystic …

Pre mature and low weight child

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Pre mature and low weight child




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Pre mature and low weight child
Posted in 2012


Premature and low birth weight babies
Despite the “Back to Sleep” campaign, many health care providers in hospital nurseries continue to put premature and low birth weight infants to sleep on their tummy or side. This is because these babies are more easily managed in such positions, and the risk of SIDS is relatively low in the newborn period. In addition, these babies are usually on a monitor, allowing for quick detection of problems. However, parents are likely to follow their practitioner’s lead and continue placing their baby on his tummy or side when he comes home. Numerous pediatric societies recommend that all babies, including premature and low birth weight babies in hospital or at home, be put to sleep on their backs as soon as possible. If your newborn baby is in a special care nursery or neonatal intensive care unit …

Creating Child's personality

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Creating Child's personality



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Creating Child's personality
Posted in 2014


On some level, what the pregnant mother feels emotionally is transferred directly to her unborn child. Because of this, constant negative emotions can have a damaging affect on the fetus.
The fetus absorbs negative emotions like anger, stress or frustration. Feelings most adults experience throughout their stressful days. However, the most harm is done when a mother doesn’t want the child. These and other negative emotions shape the baby’s personality.
Then there’s the father…
Throughout the pregnancy, the fetus is also affected by the father’s feelings toward the mother and their child. That’s because the fetus can absorb its parents’ emotional energy. This energy helps create how the child will see itself in its life ahead. For example, it will feel happy or sad, be aggressive or meek, secure or insecure.
And some studies show …

Research on Depression during pregnancy... 3

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Research on Depression during pregnancy...   3
Posted in 2015

Research by Scientists:::"During preschool, children's increasing independence but less-than-optimal self-control can make it especially challenging for mothers (or any caregivers) to set limits, grant autonomy and resolve conflicts," she said. "If mothers are depressed, they might find themselves too exhausted or emotionally taxed to engage in the kind of vigorous parenting that preschoolers tend to need."
While many women may experience what's commonly called "baby blues" for a few weeks after giving birth as they adjust to life with a new infant, symptoms that don't go away or that keep women from caring for their babies or engaging in normal activities might be depression, said David Bridgett, director of the Emotion Regulation and Temperament Laboratory at…