Depression and axiosity and cause

Depression and axioms are on the rise around the world. Bad mood, lack of confidence, melancholy, frequent crying, sleep disturbance, poor concentration as symptoms that manifest for at least two weeks in a row are a sure sign for the diagnosis of depression. Depression belongs to disorders characterized as mood disorders (unipolar disorder). A depressed […]

Autism – a tragedy of 21st century children

Autism is a disease that develops in early childhood and is often seen in children as young as three years old. This disease affects sociability and communication, the behavior of a person suffering from autism. Diagnosis, misunderstanding of the environment, few experts and specialized institutions, are just some of the problems of people with autism […]

Haste in children and how to recognize it

We all know that haste and stuttering are closely related, and there is often confusion. Like stuttering, haste is a disorder of fluency (speech fluency), but they still differ in many ways. Haste involves occasional “blockages” in speech, which can actually result from disorganized speech. This can mean that one speaks very quickly or that […]

Pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are sexually transmitted infections infected with a healthy person. You can become infected through oral, anal, or vaginal intercourse. Sexually transmitted diseases should be treated, regardless of pregnancy. However, in pregnancy, they are dangerous not only for the woman but also for the fetus. Like HIV infections, i.e., AIDS, some are […]

Tips for proper breastfeeding

Numerous problems that leave mothers with wounds and make babies irritable and sad can occur during breastfeeding. The most common problems are the baby’s incorrect placement and incorrect gripping of the breast. Other problems include cracked or painful nipples, clogged mammary ducts, and painfully filled breasts with milk (or vice versa – they do not […]

Baby nutrition

For the baby to grow normally and develop, its daily needs are 100cal-110cal / kg of body weight in the first year of life. In the second year of life, 70cal / kg of body weight is needed. Knowing that 1.5 ml of breast milk gives 1cal, then the required daily amount of breast milk […]