The benefits of “walking” for babies
Exercise is one of the important physiological stimuli, and it is an effective method to systematically stimulate the activity sensor.
The brain governs all kinds of complex activities of the person, and the brain generates corresponding conditioned reflexes.
Therefore, letting infants and young children take appropriate exercise early can not only exercise the body, but also promote the rapid development of intelligence.
Beginning with the birth of a baby, in addition to eating normally, regular warm baths are the first exercise class in their lives.
After the baby is full moon, adults can take their children to outdoor activities-“walking”, 5-10 minutes a day.
When a baby is “walking”, it can improve the body’s gas exchange conditions, increase the blood oxygen content in the body, and help its healthy development.
When the baby is 2 to 4 months, parents should adapt the child to limb movements.
Let the baby lie flat, first cross flexion of both upper limbs; then cross flexion of lower limbs, and finally flexion of upper and lower limbs at the same time.
Repeat each exercise 2-3 times to exercise the muscles of the shoulders and legs.
When the baby is 4-6 months, it is time for the child to start turning over.
Parents can hold the baby’s feet and turn their body left and right.
When the baby is not comfortable with turning over, he can hold his feet and his upper body to help him turn over.
When the baby is 6-8 months, it is the period when the child starts to practice crawling.
Parents place pushable and colorful toys on the big bed (better sounds). In this way, the baby will lean forward and roll to touch those toys. This is exactly a useful exercise to promote the babyCoordination and sensitivity have been well developed.
When the baby is 8-10 months, he should start preparing for exercise alone.
Lie baby on his back, lift his feet, and slowly lower it.
Repeat this many times to exercise your upper body and wrist strength.
When the baby is 10-12 months, he should start preparing for walking.
Keep the baby squatting or kneeling, hold the baby’s hands and raise it up, and repeat this many times to exercise the muscles of its lower limbs.
When the baby is ready to walk, parents can press their arms to let them beat to exercise the physiological functions of various organs and increase the cheerful psychology of children. Hanging swimming balls or colored paper strips can exercise the neck and eyes.
At the same time, the sound of the “flower bell stick” can be used to train the child’s reaction ability.
It is worth emphasizing that baby sports should be carried out according to the characteristics of different growth periods, and the development of sports should be gradual and not advance.