Firming Loose Skin Above Belly Post-Pregnancy

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The joy of becoming a mom brings big changes, one of which might be loose skin above the belly. If this has made you feel self-conscious, you’re not alone. Yet, there’s hope. This guide will help you understand your body after pregnancy. It will give you practical ways to make your stomach skin firmer. With some patience and the right steps, you’ll start feeling good about your body again.

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How to Relieve a Headache & Tips To Get Rid of a Headache

Headache has many types: differentiate the common headache from migraine

Tips To Get Rid of a Headache


– Headache, also called headache, is all the discomfort felt in the region of the skull

– Among the various types that exist, the most common is migraine, which is usually inherited

– The greatest risk of neglecting the inconvenience is that it leads to the excessive use of painkillers and the aggravation of pain, which can become daily

– To avoid crises, care is for life

Family conflicts, lack of time for leisure and self-care, problems at work. With so much to manage in your day to day life, you can be one more in the statistics of people who live having headaches triggered by stress. Considered one of the most common complaints in doctor’s offices, losing only to lower back pain, headache, also known as headache, has a prevalence of 96%, especially among women. This means that practically everyone can have this symptom throughout their life. One of its types, migraine, affects as much as 10% of the world’s population.

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Back pain: what can it be and what to do

Small changes in daily tasks, such as stretching and caring for emotional health, can show results in improving back pain

Back pain relief: what can it be and what to do
Back pain: what can it be and what to do

You probably felt some discomfort on your back at some point this year. You complained of pain or felt uncomfortable sitting at your computer to work.

Normal.After all, back pain – or lombalgy, if you want to use a more technical term – is one of the most common causes of visits to the doctor and the main reason for limitations of movement and absences from work in most of the planet, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), one of the largest health authorities in the world.

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Postpartum depression: main symptoms, causes and treatments

Postpartum Depression and the Baby Blues: Symptoms, causes, and diagnosis
Postpartum Depression and the Baby Blues: Symptoms, causes, and diagnosis

Postpartum depression is a mood disorder that can affect women after delivery. It does not have a single cause, but probably results from a combination of physical and emotional factors.

In mothers with postpartum depression feelings of sadness, anxiety and exhaustion can be extreme and can interfere with a woman’s ability to care for herself or her child.

It is estimated that between 70 and 80% of new mothers are affected by Baby Blues or maternal sadness, as it is also known.

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How to Get Your Baby to Sleep: The sleep of the newborn baby and its two phases

How’s the baby’s rest? When do you sleep and how often do you wake up? The sleep of the little one seems a difficult issue, but it is not.

how to get to baby sleep? Find tips and advices  to helping him develop good sleep habits.
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Baby sleep – One of the secrets to knowing your baby and also to help you reconcile sleep is by diving into your mysteries. Just as we adults have different ways of sleeping, babies also have their particularities, although there are common characteristics.

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Understand what GH is and how it acts on the child’s growth

The hormone is used in the treatment of child growth deficit. Learn which signs to be aware of to diagnose the condition as soon as possible

How can parents tell if their child is growing up properly?
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Since the baby comes out of the womb, one of the parents’ main concerns is: is it growing as it should? For those who live with the child every day, however, it is difficult to solve this issue alone. Marking the height on the wall is fun, but it’s not enough when assessing your child’s growth.

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How to act in domestic accidents with children

Asphyxiation, falling, drowning and burning are some of the main events that can put the lives of the little ones at risk indoors

How to act in domestic accidents with children

Every year, hundreds of children die or are hospitalized because of accidents or unintentional injuries. “Many of them happen in the domestic environment, especially with young children, who stay longer at home,” says pediatrician Renata Waksman.

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First aid: learn what to do in accidents with children in the park

Grated knee, dog bite, dehydration… If the family tour is interrupted by some incidents with the children, it is good to be prepared!

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In summer (actually not only in the summer time), especially with the school holidays enacted, outdoor tours saw real attractions – and rightly so, rightly so, right? After all, it is always a good idea to encourage the children to leave the house to get in touch with nature and play with the schoolgirls away from the screens. However, we know that all activities have their risks and even a going to the harmless park can bring some scares, especially when it involves the agitation of children (they never stop playing around and parents should be aware).

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Childhood sugar consumption: when to give the baby the first sweet?

Sugar should not be offered to children under two years of age. Understand why and see tips for balancing the menu after that age

Sugar should not be offered to children under two years of age.

The scientific community was more emphatic in the latter on the issue that sugar should not be offered in the first years of life.
The main concern is with the category of ultra-processed. Ready drinks, industrialized juices, crackers, petit suisse cheeses, flavored yogurts require moderation, but still end up being part of the food introduction of many children. “Several studies show that, unfortunately, we have a bad eating habit, and 83% of children are presented to this category in early childhood, which is not appropriate,” says Marisa C. (nutritionist).

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