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Nowadays, many babies and small children are carried by their parents for various development activities. They're not too much of a problem, but they do develop a little more than others. Do you have a serious problem in the backyard or are they just lazy?

Opinion of the pediatric neurodegeneration
The opinion of speech therapy

I read it

Relax, all babies are wearing somewhere for development!

Gergõ had a hard time fitting in with the kids, most of all. I asked for help from a home doctor who gave me a referral to my parenting neurologist. From here they were referred to a counseling psychopedagogist. He said that this type of social irrelevance and the high level of agility in the Gerghne could be related to nervous system incompetence. When I asked why this was, he said he was probably less likely to have oxygen than childbirth. Well, I cried for that. It is because of this that very severely crippled children come to mind. I learned that a lot of small children struggle with this or similar problem, and that lack of oxygen - if it is, because most people think of it today - does not necessarily mean that it has a serious and permanent condition. Not a little.We began to exercise at the suggestion of a psychopedagogist at the Budapest Hydrotherapeutic Rehabilitation Gymnastics Foundation, and this has brought about a real improvement in Gerg's movement and behavior in some way. We started to go to therapy with a nice young psychologist, homeopathic doctor, and of course I also spoke a few times with a psychologist who helped me develop a more accepted attitude. Because then you have a sense of guilt in a human being, okay! The effect of all of these is slow but sure change, Gergh's behavior can be observed - with smaller or greater setbacks, but with a slightly better relationship with children, it seems more balanced.

A parent can help a lot in developing a child's abilities


Our little boy, Marcik, was sent to a neurologist by the eight-month exam because he was not springing on the feet. The diagnosis is mildly hypotonic. The reason is "naturally" levels of oxygen deficiency. The neurologist suggested a baby-mom gymnast at the Pet's Institute, or possibly a Dawn massage. We decided at the Petõ Institute, so I wanted to go to Marci for a talkative gym anyway. They were incredibly nice at Petõ, they both enjoyed the tournament, and the baby also got her. At the suggestion of one of the moms, we also started to go to a turkey gymnastics work with Dawn Technique, we have only been twice, but development is legal. Marci is now ten months old, one month late, he has been up by himself for three weeks, he has stood up for days. So I hope we're straight.
When I tell these things to other parents about these things, the answer is always to relax, almost every baby is carried somewhere by their parents because they have one or such problems. I can make a pretty silly face at this point, because I don't understand that if there are so many "little mistakes" kids that everyone knows, then why not talk about them?
Hamza Zhufi, email

We did it

My third son, Marci, came to the world five weeks earlier. It was very small, 2200 grams, but perfectly healthy. Extremely agglomerated parts were discovered, which is probably what made him an early traveler, and that is why his movement did not take place on average. At first, we thought it was too lazy and heavy to move. It was chubby, because after a short while you didn't see how tiny she was at birth. He shifted faster and rarely rotated around his axis. Then, at once, he stood up without starting to emulate.
We were frightened because there was a long overdue radio series that was born that dyslexic children often experience to skip the mass ...
We signed up for Dr. Gyorgy Bki's pediatric neurosurgery, who was watching and examining Marci in action. He found that our little boy uses a little bit of flesh, and he strains one leg more than the other, which prevents him from starting to sleep. In the background, there is a minor nervous system malfunction that can be remedied by motion therapy. Sent to physiotherapy and suggested "ball" games, which were developed in a small balance and nervous system in an unusual way. Marc had to spring on a huge rubber ball, make sure I hit it back and forth and sideways, and then he had to bounce on the big ball and hit it in the room. She didn't like all the exercises, but she left because I was trying to harass her during the calmest days of the day. Two weeks passed and Marci started to work at the same time. And after that, the huge ball was really just a game.
But was that enough, and it all worked out?
Cross Lilla

Opinion of the pediatric neurodegeneration

Not bad, but a malfunction! "Sometimes the nervous system is" awakening "to the use of a function, and from then on, it works - explains dr. Gyula Bьki pediatric neuralgia. - However, for all parents who have had minor nervous dysfunctions in their child's life, I would recommend that you take them to a child education board in early childhood, where they can give them a thorough insight. This may reveal whether any nervous system malfunctions have resolved or that there are still issues that need to be addressed. In time, you may find out whether you have a balance problem, some kind of fine motor problem, dyslexia, dysgraphia, hyperactive, distraction, or refusal of speech development. If so, you need to continue with motion therapy and special development to address these minor "mistakes" in school. It often happens that neither parents nor educators learn the root of the problem, and if at school they find that the child has a poor orthography, is unable to understand the meaning of the text he reads, It is understood that the child is less able or has behavioral problems. However, these phenomena have a biologically determined malfunction in the background!
- What can cause these minor nervous system disorders and what symptoms can they have in infancy?
- It can be genetically determined, like some of the reading disorder, but it can also be caused by external causes. The nervous system can become depressed if the uterus does not function satisfactorily during the womb, if the baby's oxygen levels are reduced during childbirth, sъlyvesztйse. I recommend that the baby born with the Apgar 7s be sure to see a pediatric neurologist! Post-natal factors can also cause neurological damage, such as any inflammatory disease of the nervous system, toxic effects, vaccine malfunctions, and accidents. In such cases, the parent may notice that the child is much more restless, uneasy, poorly sleepy, or even overly calm. You may find that your muscles are tighter or too loose, you may find it difficult to eat, breastfeeding too long, or not breastfeeding at all.
You may be suspicious if you use both feet and hands if your reflexes are inadequate. As you get older, you may notice that your child has a very bad urge, does not like to draw, can not jump on his feet, can not close his eyes, can not wink. The environment often considers the fact that a three-year-old boy is not dying to be insignificant. However, this phenomenon is certainly noteworthy. Often, however, these phenomena are merely of a peculiar nature, and no abnormality is discovered. If a child, for example, does not sleep, he or she may not have a reading disorder because he or she may not have a nervous system problem in the background.
- How can we help?
- We provide nutritional supplements and vitamins that help the development of the central nervous system. However, mobility therapy is more important. Infant Mobility Therapy for Soldiers, Pete, Vojta, and Dane is available for infants in Hungary. For the development of infant sensory motor therapy (IDE CERUZA), certain elements of HRG and Ayres therapy can be used. The Pete's system is more suited to treating severe nervous system problems, but all therapies have some very good elements. The least I recommend is Therapy of the Laws, because it is true that this method has a verifiable physiological background, but it is often painful for the child. Unfortunately, I came across a case where the baby suffered from the hands of a therapist, or else the baby's arm was broken. Nor is it true that if a parent also tastes the extra-petal method, it will lose its "effectiveness." Personally, it would be best if the physiotherapists, with a wide range of therapeutic knowledge, applied the most appropriate exercises to the child's needs.

The opinion of speech therapy

It's not easy to talk!
After an abnormal movement, the next cause for concern is if the toddler does not begin to speak or spells words or sentences correctly.
"The tongue, face, and lips are the most delicate, most delicate movements that require the finest cerebral coordination, which is why it hurts the most," says Judit Bognar, Chief Justice of Fvv. - Viral infections during pregnancy, cesarean section, previous screening, high density are all risk factors that may cause small, undetectable brain microarray. We know only from the fact that children with dyslexia can often find these benefits.

Some don't even start talking

It does not matter that the child does not speak a single parent or that the parents are worried that he / she does not speak complete sentences. The primary task in this case is to exclude the possibility of deafness, intellectual disability or autism. It doesn't matter if he is able to express himself, imitate animal voices, or understand what he is being told. If you suspect it is worth contacting a specialist, but you don't have to worry much about your son's three-year-old, two-and-a-half-year-olds.
- What could be the reason if the baby doesn't start talking?
- Often there are genetic causes in the backdrop, one of which is parenting at a low level, struggling with reading difficulties, or stuttering in childhood. It is common for the child not to breastfeed or only for a short time. You may have a prolonged catarrhal state, or you may hear less because of the almond enlargement, and the last couple of months will simply have less vocal stimuli, which is why your speech has stalled. Fortunately, patience and having parents calm down helps me a lot. By the end of kindergarten, taciturn tongues tend to be harder and quieter than their peers.
- What can a parent do to promote speech development?
- Speech learning begins at fetal age. It is very important that you tell your child what he or she is doing right from the very beginning, as he or she learns the names of objects, body parts, and actions. In addition, full attention should be given from time to time. Lean down and face him. Speech tutoring helps the child see how his or her parents form words. But it is a very good developer of every catching phrase, especially if motion is associated with it.