Aromatic therapy or Aromatherapy is a natural and remedial modality of holistic healing that has been in use for thousands of years. It has been known to have overall benefits for emotional, mental and physical health. It is often used as an alternative technique to aid medical treatments. Its origins have been traced back to ancient civilizations including Greeks, Egypt, China and it has also been an essential part of Ayurvedic practices in India. The most common ailments that are treated with aromatherapy are pain relief, anxiety management, mood enhancement, inducing deep relaxation and to fight harmful microbes that cause illness.
While your teen is basking in all of the glory that comes with passing their driver’s test, on the other hand, you might be feeling a whirlwind of emotions. From becoming heartsick wondering where time flew by, to feeling a little nervous about letting them take the wheel. Use this milestone as a way to bond with your teen and make it a memorable experience for the both of you.
Your day should begin and end both with oral care. A lot can happen to the mouth when you sleep. While the body is at rest at night, it does not mean bacteria too will rest – they will keep growing on the teeth which is how plaque formation happens. And you should know plaque is the major cause of tartar, which is responsible for cavities, gingivitis and more. That’s why oral care is equally important at night and if you ignored it, there would be irreparable damage to your oral health. So, take care of your nigh-time oral care and prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
It is common for many parents to decide to remove children’s milk teeth when they move. This practice is not recommended in all cases, as it can damage the eruption of the permanent tooth.
What functions do milk teeth have?
Baby teeth have many functions. The main one is chewing but they are also necessary so that the swallowing process runs correctly, they help the child to swallow well.
Summer is a freeing time for most kids. You’re probably already sick of hearing “I’m bored” over and over. There’s plenty of time to run through the sprinklers, go camping, and stay up late playing board games. But if you’re a parent who wants your child to retain the reading skills that they’ve built throughout the school year, you need to figure out how to get them to continue reading throughout the summer, so here are a few tips that you can try with your child.
Go to Library Events
Your local public library likely puts on extra events during the summer to help kids stay engaged and entertained. Find activities that are related to reading or Storytime to help your child become more interested in reading. For instance, find out if there are any events that focus on a book that would be the appropriate reading level for your child. Going to the library and being surrounded by books is a great way to make reading fun. Specially if you yourself get books and share the joy of reading. Many libraries have books by interests so you can see what book serves as an anchor to your childs unique needs. If your kid is obsessed with unicorns, fashion, or Pokemon, find books with those interests to reach a gap between their interests and reading.
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Going camping can be a great family summertime activity. However, it isn’t always a practical option for everyone. Whether it’s where you live, the cost, health complications, or you just don’t have the time, camping outdoors can be more difficult for some than others. If you and your kids are looking to share in camping activities together but you just can’t make it work in the great outdoors, consider options for setting up in your own home. Here are a few ways that you can satisfy your family’s need for a camping trip without ever having to go outside.
As hard as we try to prevent it, children are bound to get sick at one time or another. While it’s perfectly normal for your child to catch a cold and even a stomach bug, there may something else going on if they are sick more often than not.
When you tell someone ‘I’m a stay at home mum,’ you will get mixed reactions. Some think stay at home mums are lazy, while others think of them as heroes who have decided to put their families first. Whatever the opinion, the number of stay at home mums today is at an all-time high and will most likely increase.
While being pregnant can sometimes feel like a big pain, whatever the season, summer tends to be particularly hard on a parent-to-be. If you’re feeling like one sweaty mass of pregnancy, it might be time to find one of these summer must haves for a little mid-heatwave revitalization.
Moving to a new state is a challenge for everyone. Even adults who are excited about moving to a new city may struggle to adjust. For toddlers, who thrive off routine and consistency, relocating to a new state can be difficult to cope with. Take these four suggestions into consideration to help your little one prepare to welcome their new home with open arms.