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Every mother, besides wanting their child to be healthy, wants their child to be intellectual, too. That’s why modern mothers concentrate on “brain nutrition” rather than “regular” nutrition when it comes to the healthy development of their child. There is a wide range of products in the market that, besides claiming to enhance proper weight gain, growth and immunity, promises to boost the brain development as well. You might have noticed such products highlight a word “DHA” and tag it as a critical nutrient for the brain development of your child. Nowadays, most of the mothers want their children to explore the world of knowledge. They are ready to do anything and everything to make sure he or she is growing in an atmosphere better than they did. However, sometimes they miss an important point here. 90% of the development of the brain is completed when the child is 6 years of age. You have to give your child maximum exposure and opportunity to experiment with his concepts during this period. During this period, apparently, the child’s brain is like a sponge that takes in everything you feed it. You might have told a well-balanced diet ensures all the vital....
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Cellulite plagues women of all shapes, sizes and ages. Nearly 90% of women complain of cellulite. Though cellulite is more prominent in fat or overweight people, even the women on the thin side have complained of it as well.
What Is Cellulite?
Cellulite is the layer(s) of fat that gets deposited beneath the skin. It gives a dimpled, bumpy and lumpy look to the skin and is most often noticeable at the hips, abdomen and the thighs. Since these areas are fat prone in women, you will find more women with cellulite. Cellulite pushes against the connective tissues under the skin, giving you that wrinkled, curled up, bulging look at the top. Cellulite is not a ‘fat only’ thing, though losing weight can help you get rid of cellulite as well. It is not really harmful, but many women want to get rid of it because of the way it looks. It is often less noticeable on darker skin and the wrinkles can be easily covered by using a sunscreen.
What Causes Cellulite?
Not really well-understood, but cellulite is thought to be caused by either one or more of the below mentioned reasons:
Hormonal issues: Thyroid, estrogen,....
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Parenting is a team effort. There is an old African proverb that says it takes a village to raise a child. While a child is influenced and shaped by the entire society, there are no two individuals who play a more pivotal role in this than the parents. Both mom and dad play important and different roles in parenting. Let us not confuse “parenting” with the “responsibilities of a parent.” The “tasks” of raising a child can be divided equally and interchangeably among both parents. But parenting is much beyond these tasks. It involves promoting a child’s well-being by supporting his/her physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development. Read on to understand the different roles a....
This one is not about you or your baby. It is about other parents and their newborns. It is about things that they wish you knew and followed when you visit their infant. It is about things that they wish you did not do, but were too polite to point out. In fact, in many cases, you might be confused yourself on what to do and not to do. So we compiled a list of do’s and don’ts, starting with whether you should visit the baby in the hospital at all!
Should You Visit A Newborn In The Hospital?
The easiest and best answer for this is NO, unless of course you are the closest family or BFF with the mother/father. In other cases, it is best to wait till the mom and child reach the comfortable surroundings of their home. Please remember that the parents are very tired and sleepless in the initial few days. Especially if it is their first born. No matter how euphoric you feel and how genuine your wish to see the baby is, we would highly recommend giving the family some privacy in the hospital. Moreover, in most cases they will be discharged in a day or two. So you are really not missing anything. Or, in cases when there is a prolonged hospital stay (for....
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Being a Dad for the first time is amazing. Indeed it is a heavenly feeling to have a baby of your own. The bliss that fathers experience when they hold the baby in their arms for the first time matches no other. However, new dads often find it difficult to manage a new born , family and professional commitments. Check out these tips for first time dads, which will help you to have good bonding with your baby and will guide you to fulfill your duties well:
10 Tips For First Time Dads
Plan plenty of time Do not take any new work assignment during first three-four months of your wife’s delivery. Babies need extra care during first three months. These three months are also important from your partner’s recovery point of view. The more time you will spend with your baby and partner the more relaxed they will feel. Your priority should be your family during this phase of life
High levels of patience Irritated wife, cranky baby, messed up house are the common welcoming features of any house with a new-born. You really have to be very patient, especially with....
Everyone told you that having a baby is a life changing event. And you thought no different too. So you prepared your mind in advance for the hectic days, sleepless nights, unforgiving colic tantrums and general craziness well before the baby came out. However, did someone tell you that your equation with your husband would likely change after a baby? Before you brush that question off with a “no, won’t happen to us ever”, please remember this – after childbirth, your body goes through a hormonal roller-coaster that will change the way you think, prioritize and act. And the ‘dad’ is not any less overwhelmed with the 180° turn in his life too. These changes will change(read: somewhat strain) your relationship with your husband. The degree of change would of course differ from couple to couple. Worst case, you will always be at each other’s throat. At the very least, you both will have less time for each other. So, we have put together eight most commonly mentioned differences new mommies feel towards their husbands.
8 Reasons You Have Differences with Your Husband after Having A Baby
1. You are upset with....