Hugging children for long periods of time is not harmful but beneficial.

  • Hugging children for long periods of time is not harmful but beneficial *
    In The Name of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful

If you are a parent and hold your children in your arms for a long time, people will surely tell you that you are spoiling your child’s habits in this way. But if you believe the latest research, you will find that you rarely raise your children.

In fact, this act of touching plays a very important role in the growth of children. In addition, it has a very beneficial effect on brain growth.

Research on the effects of touching on full-term infants and premature babies (premature babies) has found that full-term babies have a limited response to touch compared to premature babies.In addition, limited reactions were found in premature babies undergoing traumatic medical surgery. The study was conducted at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio, USA.

Although the parents of a premature baby may regret this, the observation found that premature babies who had the most delicate touch from their parents reacted more strongly than those premature babies. Diya who did not get much touch.

Parents need to make sure their baby’s skin gets a positive and supportive touch, said Dr. Nathalie Maitri, lead researcher on the study.Because in this way the baby’s brain will be largely affected by these delicate touches as it goes to babies who have spent the entire period of pregnancy in their mother’s womb.

When parents are unable to do so, the hospital may consider hiring a professional physical therapist to provide the child with a carefully planned touch experience, which is sometimes not available at the hospital.So hold on to your children without fear that you are spoiling them, because the real importance is “TOUCH”.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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