Many parents are filled with anticipation when sending their babies to kindergarten. However, life often requires us to make a fuss, and they find that babies are more likely to get sick after entering kindergarten than at home. So, parents reluctantly rushed back and forth between home, hospital, and kindergarten. Many people have the question: why do babies become “weak and sickly” as soon as they enter kindergarten? There is a reason for this. Only by identifying the cause can we “prescribe the right medicine”. Come and take a look!

1、 Complex environment with poor immune ability

When babies are not yet enrolled in kindergarten, they can receive “good” care at home, with a relatively simple environment and thoughtful care. As a result, babies are rarely attacked by pathogens, and their body’s ability to resist pathogens is poor.

We all know that antibodies have high specificity. Only when a baby’s body is invaded by a certain pathogen will they produce antibodies against that pathogen. That is to say, for various pathogens in the world, babies only produce antibodies against these pathogens when they come into contact with them. The production of these antibodies enhances the baby’s immune system.

Therefore, it is not difficult for us to understand why babies are particularly susceptible to illness during their first year of kindergarten. Entering a complex kindergarten in a relatively single environment, exposed to different people and objects, and lacking antibodies, the body of babies is more likely to react to pathogens, which is called “illness”.

So parents must be extra careful in their baby’s first year of kindergarten and help them get through this period well. As the baby’s immune system gradually develops and matures, the ability to produce antibodies gradually increases, making it less likely to get sick. Usually, after the age of 3, a baby’s body’s disease resistance will significantly improve compared to before the age of 3.

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Page 2: Will not add or remove clothes, catching cold after sweating

Page 3: Emotional Anxiety

Page 4: Not actively seeking water to drink


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