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Your mind plays major role for giving birth to Healthy child

Your mind plays major role for giving birth to Healthy child Brought to U....     and My memories Your mind plays major role for giving birth to Healthy child Posted in 2014 Our mind plays Major Role for Giving Birth to the child Every couple expects that their child should be Healthy and Brilliant but If the child is Defective either Physically or Mentally including Criminal Births their parents will be sad till the end of their life. I researched on Defective births over 40 years and found the Cause. I found mind plays major role for results of any work. Positive thinking of couple will give Healthy and Brilliant child. I applied this principle on me..What ever work taken by me with due care are always Positive. The same principle is applied by couple given birth to Healthy and Brilliant child..I observed their body, nature, health and profession all are tallied with my principle My advise 1... I advise every couple to

Child's brain development before birth...5

Child's brain development before birth...5 My memories Child's brain development before birth...5 Posted in 2015 Eating to support baby's brain development Because your baby's nervous system starts developing right out of the starting gates, it's important to consume 400 micrograms of  folate (aka folic acid or vitamin B)  daily as soon as you think you might want to get pregnant. This nutrient is essential for fetal cell growth, tissue development and DNA — and consuming enough before (and early in) pregnancy reduces a baby's chance of serious neural tube defects (like spina bifida) by 70 percent. Research also suggests that the nutrient can reduce the chances your child will be born with an autism spectrum disorder by up to 40 percent. So  take your prenatal vitamin  (which should have at least 400 mcg), and make sure to eat plenty of  folate-rich foods  (like leafy greens and whole grains). Another important nutrient for brain (and eye) deve

Child's brain development before birth...4

Child's brain development before birth...4 My memories Child's brain development before birth...4 Posted in 2015 Third trimester: Baby's brain grows The third trimester is brimming with rapid development of neurons and wiring. Baby's brain roughly triples in weight during the last 13 weeks of gestation, growing from about 3.5 ounces at the end the second trimester to almost 10.6 ounces at term. And it's starting to look different, too: Its formerly once smooth surface is becoming increasingly grooved and indented (like the images of brains you're used to seeing). At the same time, the cerebellum (motor control) is developing fast — faster now than any other area of the fetal brain (its surface area increases 30-fold in the last 16 weeks of pregnancy!). All of this growth is big news for the cerebral cortex (thinking, remembering, feeling). Though this important area of the brain is developing rapidly during pregnancy, it really only starts

Child's brain development before birth...3

Child's brain development before birth...3 My memories Child's brain development before birth...3 Posted in 2015 Second trimester: Baby sucks, swallows, blinks and dreams During the second trimester, your baby's brain is directing steady contractions of the diaphragm and chest muscles (think of them as practice breathing movements). Baby's first sucking and swallowing impulses kick in around 16 weeks. By 21 weeks, your baby's natural reflexes will allow him to swallow several ounces of amniotic fluid every day. And all of that swallowing means baby's tasting, too, another sense that's now in full gear. At around 18 weeks of pregnancy, you'll feel  baby's first kick  (but don't worry if it takes a few weeks longer — that's common, especially among first-time moms). Around the same time, your baby's nerves become covered with myelin, a protective insulation that speeds messages between nerve cells (myelin continues to gro

Child's brain development before birth...2

Child's brain development before birth...2 My memories Child's brain development before birth...2 Posted in 2015 First trimester: Baby starts moving A mere 16 days after conception, your fetus's neural plate forms (think of it as the foundation of your baby's brain and spinal cord). It grows longer and folds onto itself, until that fold morphs into a groove, and that groove turns into a tube — the neural tube. Once the neural tube closes, at around week 6 or week 7 of pregnancy, it curves and bulges into three sections, commonly known as the forebrain, midbrain and hind brain. Just to the rear of the hindbrain sits the part that will soon turn into your baby's spinal cord. Soon, these areas bubble into those five different regions of the brain that we're most familiar with: the cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem, pituitary gland and the hypothalamus. Of course, all of these fetal brain areas need more time to be fully up and running! At the sa

Child's brain development before birth...1

Child's brain development before birth...1 Brought to U....       and My memories Child's brain development before birth...1 Posted in 2015 The fetal nervous system — i.e., your baby's brain and spinal cord — is one of the very first systems to develop. In fact, it's making big strides before you even know you're pregnant. The parts of your baby's brain Before we get into the science of fetal brain development, here's a quick anatomy primer on your baby's brain. There are five different regions we're familiar with, each responsible for different functions: Cerebrum:  This is the biggest part of the brain, and it's responsible for thinking, remembering and feeling. This is where the cerebral cortex and its various lobes (including the frontal and temporal lobes) reside. Cerebellum:  The area in charge of motor control. Brain stem:  The engine driving many of your baby's

Know about multivitamin

Know about multivitamin Brought to U....       and My memories Know about multivitamin Posted in 2017 Multivitamins are the most commonly used  supplements  in the world. Their popularity has increased rapidly in the past few decades Some people believe that multivitamins can improve health, make up for poor eating habits or even reduce the risk of chronic diseases. But what does the science say about multivitamins? Do they actually work? This article takes an evidence-based look. Multivitamin Supplement Multivitamins are supplements that contain many different vitamins and minerals, sometimes along with other ingredients There is no real standard about what constitutes a multivitamin, and their nutrient composition varies by brand and product. They go by several different names, including multivitamins, multiminerals, multis, multiples or simply vitamins. They are available in many forms, such as tablets, ca

Type 1 Diabetes in Children

Type 1 Diabetes in Children Brought to U....       and My memories Type 1 Diabetes in Children Posted in 2014 Type-1 Diabetes in Children The exact cause of type 1 diabetes is unknown. Scientists do know that in most people with type 1 diabetes the body's own immune system — which normally fights harmful bacteria and viruses — mistakenly destroys the insulin-producing (islet) cells in the pancreas. Dangerous sugar level in bloodstream In type 1 diabetes, none of this occurs because there's no or very little insulin to let glucose into the cells. So instead of being transported into your child's cells, sugar builds up in your child's bloodstream, where it can cause life-threatening complications. My research: I found Type 1 diabetes in children whose parents are not taken Healthy food besides who eat high levels of sugar contents during pregnancy and before pregnancy...I advise every couple who wants to give

Reproduction of Human beings .. Male

Reproduction of Human beings .. Male Brought to U....       and My memories Reproduction of Human beings .. Male Posted in 2013 Reproduction in human beings is by sexual reproduction where both the male and female gametes fertilize to give rise to an embryo. The fertilization of human embryo occurs inside the body of the female. Thus, it is called Internal Fertilization. Human Beings are viviparous organisms who give rise to Embryos directly instead of laying eggs. Let us understand a little more about the male and female reproductive organ s and the process of fertilization in them. Male Reproductive System Testes: Male humans have two testes. They are situated in a bag of skin known as the scrotum. Scrotum lies outside the pelvic cavity. Sperm Duct: These are thin ducts that arise from the testes. Prostrate Gland: This gland is an accessory gland in males which pours its secretions into the sperm duct alon

Pregnancy and miscarriage

Pregnancy and miscarriage Brought to U....       and My memories Pregnancy and miscarriage Posted in 2013 Pregnancy and Miscarriage 3 In my previous articles I explained U the causes of Miscarriage..Now I will explain further - how to confirm miscarriage. How Is a Miscarriage Diagnosed and Treated? Your health care provider will perform a pelvic exam and an ultrasound test to confirm the miscarriage. If the miscarriage is complete and the uterus is clear, then no further treatment is usually required. Occasionally, the uterus is not completely emptied, so a dilation and curettage   (D&C) procedure is performed. During this procedure, the cervix is dilated and any remaining fetal or placental tissue is gently removed from the uterus. As an alternative to a D&C, certain medications can be given to cause your body to expel the contents in the uterus. This option may be more ideal in someone who wa

Birth defects - Heart Problems

Birth defects - Heart Problems Brought to U....       and My memories Birth defects- Heart problems Posted in 2014 common congenital heart defects include: Septal defects, like atrial septal defect (also called ASD) and ventricular septal defect (also called VSD). These defects leave a hole in the septum. ... Coarctation of the aorta (COA). In this condition, part of the aorta is narrow. ... Heart valve abnormalities Congenital means present at birth. Congenital heart defects are heart conditions that a baby’s born with. These conditions can affect the heart’s shape or how it works, or both. Congenital heart defects are the most common types of birth defects. Birth defects are health conditions that a baby’s born with that change the shape or function of one or more parts of the body. They can cause problems in overall health, how the body develops, or in how the body works. Critical congenital hear

Symptoms of PCOS

Symptoms of PCOS Brought to U....       and My memories Symptoms of PCOS Posted in 2013 Marked, usually rapid weight gain, often without a change in food intake Excess facial and body hair Thinning scalp hair or hair loss Severe acne, often cystic acne with pimples that become like boils Irregular menstrual cycles, or no menses Difficulty getting pregnant, or frequent miscarriages Mood problems, such as anxiety, agitation, depression, and mood swings that are commonly triggered by excess male hormones like DHEA Insomnia, with very restless sleep and/or difficulty falling asleep What Causes PCOS? No one is certain what causes PCOS, but there are many proposed explanations, and we will likely find multiple cause that produce the same metabolic syndrome disruption of normal hormonal production. Genetic factors Environmental factors, such as exposure to pesticides and other endocrine-disrupting chemicals Aut

Infertility due to egg quality

Infertility due to egg quality Brought to U....       and My memories Infertility due to egg quality Posted in 2013 Eleven percent of reproductive-age couples in the United States have trouble conceiving or sustaining a pregnancy. About one-third of these cases are due to female fertility problems, one-third to male fertility problems, and the rest to factors involving both partners or to unexplained causes. If you've had regular, unprotected sex for more than a year without conc eiving (or six months if you're older than 35), About 65 percent of couples that get treatment for a fertility problem are eventually able to have a successful pregnancy, according to Resolve, the national infertility association. The success rates below are based on averages gathered from large groups of patients. Each couple is unique, so think of the success rate for any treatment as a general snapshot, no