More and more pregnant mothers tend to choose caesarean section, which is less painful and easy to recover after childbirth. Some studies have pointed out that there is no difference in intelligence between children born by caesarean section and children born naturally, but because the process of caesarean section violates some necessary procedures of natural delivery, the behavioral adaptability of children born may be slightly worse than that of children born naturally. Let’s take a look at what bad effects caesarean section may have on your baby’s health.
Excessive tactile defense and emotional sensitivity
Fast caesarean section makes the fetus lose the experience of being squeezed during delivery and lack the pressure tactile feeling of the early brain and skin, resulting in many behavioral problems dominated by tactile defensive overreaction. For example, babies born by caesarean section are easy to appear timid, shrink back, repel crowding and afraid of contact. Even a small sound will produce too strong reaction and often wake up and cry.
If there is no timely attention and training, the children born by caesarean section will be more emotional and less focused when they grow up,. They often can’t sit on the bench. They have a great temper at home. They are timid and timid when going out. They are not generous and afraid of crowding. They like to hide behind their mother’s ass in a strange environment. Socially, children are timid and retreat, and their emotions fluctuate greatly. This child’s congenital tactile defense is excessive. Families need to take desensitization methods as soon as possible to prevent and treat it as soon as possible.
To prevent these situations, we should pay attention from infancy. Because the baby has tactile reflexes such as sucking, grasping and defense at birth, it begins to give the baby skin tactile information stimulation, such as caressing, cuddling, massage, grasping things of different textures, etc. When the weather is fine, take the child out and let the child contact the stimulation of wind, cold and hot water. Older children can take him out for activities, play sand, water, swimming, play games requiring physical contact with children, etc., which can train the baby’s sense of touch. For children under 1 year old, wrap the child in a bath towel and gently rub the child so that his whole body can be massaged, which is also a very effective method.
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Page 1: excessive tactile defense and emotional sensitivity
Page 2: boys with poor immunity are even worse
Page 3: lungs without exercise are prone to “wet lung disease”
Page 4: anesthesia for delivery may endanger fetal life
Page 5: lack of natural extrusion is prone to emotional disorders
Page 6: the probability of asthma may be higher