To lose weight after giving birth — this problem concerns every woman. once parous. The joy of long-awaited birth of a baby is sometimes accompanied by sorrow over recruited during the pregnancy pounds. Time passes and the excess weight goes away. How to lose weight after childbirth?
About this readers MedPulse tells the doctor the lion Sanchakou.
— Why is this happening? Why you have to think about how to lose weight after childbirth?
— Start with the fact that not all mothers are overweight while waiting for the child and are thinking about losing weight after childbirth. Physiological norms, during pregnancy a woman can gain about 8-10 pounds. From them, she naturally gets rid of during childbirth and the postpartum period. But, unfortunately, very often moms exceed this figure, gaining up to 20 extra pounds while waiting for the child. And so to return to your normal weight and lose weight after childbirth becomes difficult.
There are several reasons. First, it is believed that the expectant mother should eat as much as possible — “for two”. So many women during pregnancy cease to follow a balanced diet and allow yourself to relax, earning it the needs of the future baby. But this is not so. Moreover, the mother is gaining weight, significantly increases the load Continue reading
Child stealing — fairly common problem frightening for any parent who is faced with it. Although almost any child, including their own parents in childhood, at least once took someone else’s: adults usually tend to panic if it happens to their child.
There are several reasons why children steal:
If this little kid, 3–4 years, he usually is not aware of boundaries: where’s your, where someone else. In this age of child stealing cannot even be called such a term, because the child is not aware of property boundaries.
Not high enough self-esteem of the child. This child thinks that the other is always better.
The motivation is to attract the attention of peers: the child has no relations with peers — in the kindergarten, at school, in the yard, and the child, finding no other solution, you may take the money and buy a variety of sweets, treat all these friends, getting the attention and recognition he so wanted and waited. Typically, these thefts tend to make children 6–8 years and adolescents.
Theft may be a way of self-affirmation of the child, and this is also a signal of distress, when the child does not feel enough love of parents towards him or even each other.
Another reason for theft: the desire Continue reading