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Mom Novy Urengoy

It has long been known that human health depends on the weather. And although “nature has no bad weather”, most kids are sensitive to its changes. Recently the doctors have been studying how our body reacts to weather changes, because these reactions complicate the course of many diseases in children (as in adults). So, a new trend in Pediatrics — children’s etiopathology, or keratopathy. Now, assigning the treatment, experts are able to consider the sensitivity of the baby to weather changes.

And behind a window the rain, then snow

Reaction to change of weather experts call the reconstruction of the biological systems of the human organism in response to changes in atmospheric conditions: pressure, temperature, humidity. This restructuring may be accompanied by behavioral disorders, well-being, the reduction mechanisms of adaptation (adaptation). Normally, the body of a healthy baby should adapt to changes in the surrounding world, quickly and easily, without special inconvenience. With the exception of infants: they have no ready-made protection from the external environment, but only an innate ability to gradually adapt to natural light, high and low temperatures, humidity. At the same time, the skills of “taming” effects Continue reading

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