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Send message to your unborn child

Send message to your unborn child Brought to U....     and My memories Send message to your unborn child Posted in 2013 Research shows soon after conception, a level of consciousness exists in the embryo. As the fetus develops, its subconscious stores information to prepare it for its mother’s environment. But, the father’s role in relation to the mother is also important. By the sixth month, the fetus can hear and move in rhythm to its mother’s voice. Imagine the different influence this has if the mother is happily singing or yelling in anger. It’s no surprise that sonograms taken while parents yell at each other show the baby’s entire body flinching in agitation. Imagine the damage caused by months of feeding this negative energy to a fetus. Frightening, isn’t it? In fact, studies show a bad relationship between parents increases the child’s risk of psychological and physical damage by a startling 200% or more! So the

Water benefits you .... 6

Water benefits you .... 6 Brought to U....     and My memories Water benefits you .... 6 Posted in 2012 8) Water empowers your muscles It gives you the “pump” you feel when you lift, but water also keeps muscles strong: Even a tiny—1.5%—decrease in hydration can lead to strength loss. 9) Water aids your liver Water thins the blood so it’s easier for the liver to filter out potentially harmful substances—alcohol, drugs, germs, pollutants—that could poison your body. 10) Water saves your skin Deprived of H2O, skin becomes tight, dry, and wrinkled, and develops cracks in cell walls that can let in infections. My advise 1... Most of us neglect water but it helps to maintain good health 2... It protect all joints 3... It remove unwanted in our body 4... It protect our brain, heart and kidney functions 5... It increases your sperm health 6.... It increases your egg health 7... It increases your unborn child's brain, and

Less EGG QUALITY may diminish the chances for Healthy child

Less EGG QUALITY may diminish the chances for Healthy child Brought to U....     and My memories Less EGG QUALITY may diminish the chances for Healthy child Posted in 2014 EGG QUALITY may diminish the chances for Healthy child Women become less likely to become pregnant and more likely to have   miscarriages because egg quality decreases as the number of remaining  eggs dwindle in number. These changes are most noted as she reaches her  mid-to-late 30s. Therefore, a woman’s age is the most accurate test of egg  quality. An important change in egg quality is the frequency of genetic abnormalities called aneuploidy (too many or too few chromosomes in  the egg). At fertilization, a normal egg should have 23 chromosomes, so  that when it is fertilized by a sperm also having 23 chromosomes, the  resulting embryo will have the normal total of 46 chromosomes. As a  woman gets older, more and more of her eggs have either too few or too

Mother's feelings on Unborn child..9

Mother's feelings on Unborn child..9 Mother's feelings on Unborn child..9 In our previous article we discussed 1.Mother's feelings effect on unborn child..2.....Depression during Pregnancy 1..3......Depression during pregnancy 2....4.....Depression during Pregnancy 3..5.....Depression during Pregnancy 4......6.....Depression during Pregnancy 5..7.Depression during pregnancy.6...8.....Creating child's Personality 7.......Now we will discuss further 9....How a Parent’s Thoughts Shape Their Unborn Child’s Life We o ften hear the first 3 years of a child’s life are the most important. So for the first 3 years with our children, we play the right games, buy the right toys and read the right books. But recent studies prove that 6 months into a pregnancy, the fetus is already aware, reacting and emotionally active. At 6 months, the unborn child can see, hear, experience, taste, feel and even learn. So a child’s physical and emotional health is being shaped before it

Know about impotence ... 4

Know about impotence ... 4 Brought to U....     and My memories Know about impotence ... 4 Posted in 2012 6...Lifestyle Factors and Emotional Disorders To achieve an erection, a person must first go through what’s known as an excitement phase. This phase can be an emotional response. If a person has an emotional disorder, this affects their ability to become sexually excited. Depression and anxiety are associated with increased risk for impotence. Depression is a feeling of sadness, loss of hope, or helplessness. Fatigue related to depression can also cause impotence. Performance anxiety can be another cause of impotence. If a person wasn’t able to achieve an erection in the past, he may fear he won’t be able to achieve an erection in the future. A person may also find he can’t achieve an erection with a certain partner. Someone with ED related to performance anxiety may be able to have full erections when masturb

Birth defect .. Obese child

Birth defect .. Obese child Brought to U....     and My memories Birth defect .. Obese child Posted on 22nd September 2018 Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy (gestation). Like other types of diabetes, gestational diabetes affects how your cells use sugar (glucose). Gestational diabetes causes high blood sugar that can affect your pregnancy and your baby's health Any pregnancy complication is concerning, but there's good news. Expectant women can help control gestational diabetes by eating healthy foods, exercising and, if necessary, taking medication. Controlling blood sugar can prevent a difficult birth and keep you and your baby healthy. In gestational diabetes, blood sugar usually returns to normal soon after delivery. But if you've had gestational diabetes, you're at risk for type 2 diabetes. You'll continue working with your health care team to monitor and manage your blood sugar. My

Avoid stress for your fertility

Avoid stress for your fertility Brought to U....     and My memories Avoid stress for your fertility Posted in 2012 Regular stress during pregnancy, such as work deadlines and sitting in traffic, probably don’t add to pregnancy problems. However, serious types of stress during pregnancy may increase your chances of certain problems, like premature birth. Most women who have serious stress during pregnancy can have healthy babies. But be careful if you experience serious kinds of stress, like: Negative life events. These are things like divorce, serious illness or death in the family, or losing a job or home. Catastrophic events. These are things like earthquakes, hurricanes or terrorist attacks. Long-lasting stress. This type of stress can be caused by having financial problems, being abused, having serious health problems or being depressed. Depression is medical condition where strong feelings of sadness last

Possible Male Fertility Problems

Possible Male Fertility Problems Brought to U....     and My memories Possible Male Fertility Problems Posted in 2015 Sexually Transmitted diseases or other infections. Genital infections such as chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause infertility in men. The infertility can often be resolved by treating the infection. Blockages, birth defects , or physical damage. In some cases, men are born with blockages in parts of the testicle or other abnormalities that prevent sperm from getting into the semen. Physical trauma to the testicles, prostate, and urethra can also result in fertility problems. Surgery can sometimes correct the problem. Retrograde ejaculation. In this disorder, semen doesn't come out of the penis during ejaculation, but instead enters the bladder. It can be caused by diabetes , certain medications , and surgery to the bladder, prostate, or urethra. Genetic diseases. Although it's rare, genetic illnesses

Creating child's Personality

Creating child's Personality My memories Creating child's Personality Posted in 2014 On some level, what the pregnant mother feels emotionally is transferre d directly to her unborn child. Because of this, constant negative emotions can have a damaging affect on the fetus. The fetus absorbs negative emotions like anger, stress or frustration. Feelings most adults experience throughout their stressful days. However, the most harm is done when a mother doesn’t want the child. These and other negative emotions shape the baby’s personality. Then there’s the father… Throughout the pregnancy, the fetus is also affected by the father’s feelings toward the mother and their child. That’s because the fetus can absorb its parents’ emotional energy. This energy helps create how the child will see itself in its life ahead. For example, it will feel happy or sad, be aggressive or meek, secure or insecure. And some studies show parents begin affecting their child

Pre mature and low weight child

Pre mature and low weight child Brought to U....     and My memories Pre mature and low weight child Posted in 2014 Premature and low birth weight babies Despite the “Back to Sleep” campaign, many health care providers in hospital nurseries continue to put premature and low birth weight infants to sleep on their tummy or side. This is because these babies are more easily managed in such positions, and the risk of SIDS is relatively low in the newborn period. In addition, these babies are usually on a monitor, allowing for quick det ection of problems. However, parents are likely to follow their practitioner’s lead and continue placing their baby on his tummy or side when he comes home. Numerous pediatric societies recommend that all babies, including premature and low birth weight babies in hospital or at home, be put to sleep on their backs as soon as possible. If your newborn baby is in a special care nursery or

Some medicines may cause impotency

Some medicines may cause impotency Brought to U....     and My memories Some medicines may cause impotency Posted in 2013 Taking Medications Taking certain medications can affect blood flow, which can lead to ED. A person should never stop taking a medicine without their doctor’s permission, even if it’s known to cause impotence. Examples of medications known to cause impotence include::: alpha-adrenergic blockers, including tamsulosin (Flomax) beta-blockers, such as carvedilol (Coreg) and metoprolol (Lopressor) cancer chemotherapy medications, such as cimetidine (Tagamet) central nervous system depressants, such as alprazolam (Xanax), diazepam (Valium), and codeine (found in various brand name drugs) central nervous system stimulants, such as cocaine or amphetamines diuretics, such as furosemide (Lasix) and spironolactone (Aldactone) selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs (Prozac, Paxil) synthetic hormones, such