A bunch of moths take us all away from birth. However, our defensive system does not hesitate for a moment! According to doctors, infections of 8-12 "smooth healing" are acceptable and even useful. What's the immune system doing?
The parent can do a lot to boost the child's immune system
In the first few months of life, severe upper respiratory cataracts are hardly ever present, although the baby's immune system is still very immature and eventful. The reason for this is that in Figures 32-34. from the week onwards, the mother passes on to the fetus via the placenta the defenses that are protected from the morbidity after childbirth. For example, if the mother has had varicella, the fetus will receive specific antibodies through the littermate, and will be protected against varicose veins until maternity. However, breastfeeding babies can be counted on to protect against the presence of immune substances in breast milk, even if the baby is breastfeeding only once or twice a day. Meanwhile, the infant's own defensive system is becoming more and more mature, less and less in need of "outside help". The situation changes a lot when it comes to your little wanderlust or high school. At this time, he encounters unknown bacteria and viruses, and the disease is already there. It has a similar effect when the older brother "brings home" the infection. Immune immunization is largely completed by infancy.
How do we protect?
Cold or contagious?
What's the fever for?
How long do I have to lie down?
How can we help?
Be more resilient!
Here are a couple of tips that can boost your immune system
More about vitamins
Recommended amount of vitamin D
Children (1-6 years): 600-1000 IU
Children (over 6 years): 600-1000 IU However, it should not be known that children and adolescents have twice the intensity of vitamin D synthesis in the sun as they do in the elderly. From a biological point of view, vitamin D3 is the most active that is produced in the skin by exposure to sunlight - and this form of vitamin intake can also exclude overdose. ten minutes a week of untreated sunbathing, or thirty minutes is enough to cover your daily vitamin D needs if you only have sunburns on your head and hands.
Do not bring it under a sail!
Warm up for the feet!
Kneipp kra are small
Autumn immune booster
Exercise cold and warm
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