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The period of liberation


Illness is a process that lasts for a shorter or longer period of time, which is the process of crippling that parents and parents alike expect.

"Light up soon,
crazy little boy,
mark it out
your warm smile. "
Imre Csanбdi: Sick son
This time can also be long or short depending on the severity of the disease. Although we are all looking forward to this time, but not easy, the healing child, the infant care is another task for the parents and neighbors. Tired, often desperate parents need to be able to take care of the already impatient, naughty child, since they are far from the acute stages of the disease, with many interventions. At this point, moving, walking, which releases the child's energy and releases any aggression, becomes more important. Even if it can only be provided with an inflatable wheelchair or wheelchair, the movement must be ensured. We also provide plenty of toys for the child, including other family members who may not be as tired as their mother or child. 12 uber patients with ill children. But be careful not to "pamper" the loved ones with the "little patient". Also, great care must be taken to nurture and feed, so as not to overeat, eat regularly. Let's not forget about the vitamin supplementation as this is a time of greater need than any other. The diet should also take into account that the sick child moves less, is impatient, is unhappy, and therefore eats less, and during the toasting period, the child is better off, but that does not mean that you have to patch everything back.

Period of fluttering


If we are violent at this point, the opposite effect will be achieved, the child will reject everything, and possibly complain of a stomachache that can reduce the risk of healing. Therefore, keep increasing the portion of food you eat, slowly digesting the hard to digest foods. At home, we should gradually bring the child back to the familiar family environment, school. Many parents complain that their children are restless, sleep poorly, and have difficulty adjusting to siblings.
Be patient, as the children are afraid of having to leave the parent, they are left alone. Therefore, do not expose your child to unexpected events, do not leave the child alone in the room, if you do not anticipate him or her, do not trust your acquaintances. with back papers. Discuss hospital and illness related issues with the child, and respond to your requests honestly and age-appropriate to prevent anxiety and fear.
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