While many mothers know that fever is a positive natural response of the body to infection or illness, it does induce a heartbreak when their child is going through a physical uneasiness.
As mothers, we see that there is a constant fight between the age-old and the modern practices.
A real, worrisome scenario with a thousand of worries peep into the mother’s brain with the slightest cry of her baby.
Mouth injuries are very common in infants, and toddlers learning to walk and maintain balance. Tongue cuts and bites are particularly common in preschoolers and kids running around.
As a mother who was in perpetual fear of changing seasons (because March- April and October-November always meant sniffles, sneezes and congestion in my infant).
It is one thing to have a bubbly baby (touch-wood!) and quite another to see the same (well, almost) sort of matter causing havoc in that little tummy.
Worried about your child’s health and fitness? Why not choose yoga then? It is one of the most ancient forms of exercise for physical fitness as well as mental control.