Posts Tagged ‘allergy’
The pollution is among the factors of risk of allergic respiratory . Is that exposure to air pollutants affects and irritates the airways , increasing the risk of developing an allergy . Knowing that the risk of allergy may develop from birth, that the air quality is particularly important in infants whose respiratory system is still developing, how to protect them from pollution ? Read the rest of this entry »
Allergy to cow’s milk, specifically allergic to cow’s milk protein (CMA) mainly concerns the babies until about three years. In most cases, the allergy subsides or disappears between 5 and 8 years later. We must be alert to signs such as diarrhea, abdominal pain … that may signal an allergy.
Child victims of a milk allergy
Infants are most affected by allergies to cow’s milk protein (CMA). Usually this type of allergy resolves with age if treated early. Between the ages of one and three years, most food allergens are egg, peanuts and cow’s milk.
Beyond 5 years, 80% allergies to cow’s milk proteins are absorbed, and 90% after 8 years. On average, about 10% of children with CMPA keep the adult. Factor family (brother, sister, parent allergic) promotes the development of CMPA. Read the rest of this entry »
It is perfectly adapted to the immature digestive system of the newborn.
The composition of breast milk changes to follow the formation of the baby’s digestive system. At birth, the digestive system of the newborn is immature, the mucous membranes of the intestines are too permeable and let in too large proteins in his blood. The direct passage of these molecules in the blood may trigger allergies, including allergy to milk. Maternal the milk is perfectly suited to the immaturity of the digestive system.
With breast milk, infant receives only what he can absorb. Read the rest of this entry »
The adapted milk for babies is made from cow’s milk, which changes to make it similar to human milk. The result is milk that is very similar to the human from the nutritional point of view and therefore is suitable for infant growth and development . In his composition, adapted formulas must meet the standards of the European Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPEGHAN).
Adapted formulas for babies
Milks are marketed as suitable home, preparations until five months , and then the formula for babies over five months. Your pediatrician will recommend that creates more appropriate. Typically, the presentation of the formula is powder with water to rebuild. Read the rest of this entry »
A secondary reaction to a food is often equated with a food allergy. In most cases, however, is something else, probably food poisoning, a food aversion or intolerance to any of the ingredients of the food.
Food allergy is a specific form of food intolerance, which activates the immune system. An allergen (a protein in the offending food, which in the majority of people do not produce side effects) causes a chain reaction in the immune system including the release of antibodies. These antibodies in turn lead to the release of other molecules, such as histamine, which give rise to various symptoms such as runny nose, coughing, sneezing or itching. Food allergies are often hereditary and usually identified early in life. Read the rest of this entry »
Some massages have a beneficial effect on colic , bloating and constipation in infants by helping to evacuate the gas and feces that encumber it. They can be performed through thin clothing, apart from the acute phases of crisis, and at least 30 minutes after a feeding. Read the rest of this entry »
Allergies caused by the consumption of peanuts are increasingly common, affecting 1% of the population of North America. There are several women who are seriously concerned, wondering if the fact of eating peanuts during pregnancy could result in their babies were allergic to it.
Although it has not been done enough research on fetal sensitization, it is believed that the fetus could be exposed to allergens. If the fetus had a predisposition to develop allergies to peanuts and her mother were eating, the same would have great chances of developing it. Read the rest of this entry »
Baby’s skin … It is silky satin, the sweetness of honey, cream of fishing, the warm affection and the smell of innocence. Skin chewable. But its sweetness is fragile and requires appropriate care. Explanations …
Baby’s skin is thin, fragile and sensitive. So many good reasons to take care with the utmost attention.
Baby’s skin does not allow him to properly defend itself from the attacks. In the newborn, the epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, contains very few melanocytes, the cells responsible for pigmentation. This explains the very white skin of babies is extremely sensitive to ultraviolet radiation. It must be protected from sun damage by avoiding up to age 6 months, 1 year direct exposure. The dermis, the thickest layer of the skin is still very thin at birth. The elastic fibers and collagen bundles are much thinner than in adults. Result: the gate that is normally the dermis is still very permeable. Read the rest of this entry »