H2o for the child

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Moms and grandmothers clearly remember as a 1-st days dopaivali children water. It is advised in a hospital and a doctors and pediatricians. And on a one mitt this is a logical explanation. Water for infants must be, as a man in a greater its content of the aqua, and as a newborn spent his first few weeks in the aquatic environment. But let's look deeper into a social unit of the time. Of the birth mom took service of the infants, but they had only six months, which would prepare the newborn for independent feeding (that is not is needs of breast milk). Further development took place in a gardens, in a attention of a family. Social stability pointed out that six months of breast-feeding will be gone. And that would facilitate the transition to simulated feeding enjoy created a conditions for reduction of warm natural milk and the should to introduce solid foods however early as three - four months. It is water that is a condition. It does not contain nutrients, but a child in a 1st 30 days does not distinguish thirst with hunger. Getting water, it becomes saturated and needs less natural milk, which leads to mass loss, loss of milk with mothers and emergency feeding for the newborn.

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