At a time when lock down can be reintroduced at any time, one way to help your child succeed is to develop healthy sleep habits. There are so many reasons that prevent teenagers from getting enough sleep that it seems that sleepless nights are normal for every teenager.
In infants, motor development can start from as early as two months. Little babies are able to lift and turn their heads when lying on their backs while their hands are fisted, and the arms are flexed.
Amid the health concerns created by COVID-19, it’s essential to pay attention to keeping yourself and your family healthy, especially as children begin to return to school. While a healthy lifestyle is no replacement for public health measures like wearing a mask when you leave the house, avoiding gatherings with people outside your household, and washing your hands frequently, you can support healthy immune function by taking good care of yourself.