How to have a smart baby: Tips for baby’s brain development during pregnancy

How to have a smart baby: Tips for baby’s brain development during pregnancy

We all are aware that leading a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy has an excellent effect on the wellbeing of your baby in the womb. But is it possible to do something to make the baby smarter too? As the preparatory works for the child’s brain development begin in the womb, it is definitely possible to achieve intelligence and personality development of your baby through several factors such as healthy diet and indulgence in good lifestyle habits. Isn’t it the duty of parents to nurture the mental development of baby right before birth by adapting right methodologies? An expert doctor with Endoworld Hospital, renowned for IVF treatment in Aurangabad, explains what best can be done to have a smart baby. Let’s begin. 1. Start early It would not be a bad decision to prepare yourself even before conception. Yes, foreign substances such as tobacco, alcohol, and drugs are not associated with good lifestyle habits and can seriously hamper good developmental conditions and cause devastating prenatal damages. These foreign substances have the notorious potential to enhance neuro chemical alterations and result in negative development. The message cannot be more clear – stay away from ill habits that can pose a health threat. 2. Diet As mentioned above, a good diet during pregnancy not only promotes the physical health of your baby, but also encourages the brain development of your unborn baby. And the good news is that you need not search for exotic diet foods, for many commonly available vegetables and fishes can provide the specialty diet. • It has been universally that folic acid is an excellent prenatal substance that...
Now don’t worry, if your baby is crying at night!!

Now don’t worry, if your baby is crying at night!!

How do you feel when your baby cries right in the middle of the night? While recent studies in the medical journal Pediatrics indicate that there are no adverse reactions in letting the baby cry at night, is it right to go with it? It is an emotionally tight situation and goes very much against the motherly instinct that resides in you. The child may be trying to communicate something to you and in the event of you not responding to his / her needs, doesn’t it create a thought of mistrust about your deeds? Well, the specialist doctor of Endoworld Hospital, a renowned gynecological & Endoscopy centre in Aurangabad, quotes that the recent survey conducted in Australia and says it is infact better to let the child cry. Ofcourse it is necessary to assume that the reasons for crying is not due to other aspects such as • hunger • wet pants • illness Details of survey Before going into the details of survey, it is essential to understand the techniques that were adapted to pacify the children. The participant families of the survey were divided into three groups 1. Graduated extinction: The group was requested to let the baby cry for few minutes before pacifying them and then gradually increasing the time gap of letting the child cry. 2. Bedtime fading: The second group of parents was told to intentionally increase the delay in bedtime to make babies more tired. 3. Control group: The final group of parents was told to interact with them normally. The objective of the survey was to check the earlier reports that...