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7 Rules For Small Si No Injuries When Exercising (2)

 Friday, December 5th, 2014
Prevent your child free from the risk of accident or injury during exercise. (PHOTO: THINKSTOCK.COM)
Prevent your child free from the risk of accident or injury during exercise. (PHOTO: THINKSTOCK.COM) - Learn and understand what you should do for your child is not injured during exercise, play, or any other activism. Most importantly, of course, maintain the safety of the child. You know, the children were not wearing a safety device on the body (protector) will be more at risk of injury.

In the US, based on data from the American Academy of Pediatrics, there were 3.5 million children in the US declared injured annually, due to exercise or play without protective equipment.

Thus, the use of protective devices on the child's body is very important. If not, the greater the danger it will lurk the safety of the child. But keep in mind also, wearing protective equipment carelessly or incorrectly, the child is also at risk of admission to hospital.

Well, for that the parents should always remember the following seven things, so that the child was not injured while exercising, or while engrossed in playing with friends at school, home environment, or other playground.

5. Little Just for Fun with Sports
Another problem that often occurs when your child is directed to pursue a particular sport, then he will lose time to have fun with her friends.

Researchers from Loyola University Health System discovered facts, young-old athlete who only focus on one type of exercise training alone, will suffer more frequently injured because children are more than free to do any kind of sport.

Many parents feel their children khawtir not be accomplished in the future if you do not pursue a particular sport. But Dr. Neeru Jayanthi warned, many studies have shown, a number of successful altlet in universities, in childhood it never restricted in choosing the type of sport, until exhausted children age limit.

6. Little consume energy drinks
Tooth loss is not a common injury in sports, as well as injury to the ankle. But for children who have started to consume energy drinks, it will affect the level of energy performance in the future. It could even lead to adverse effects on the child.

A new study in the journal General Dentistry found facts, the average energy drinks were consumed by children will lead to permanent tooth damage, damage tooth enamel and make teeth brittle. Even tooth decay has been able to happen 5 days since the child consume energy drinks to excess.

Many people assume, sports drinks better than soda or fruit juice. In fact, as many as 62 percent of teens in the US drinking at least a bottle of energy drink in a day, as the results of the study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.

If children are difficult to abandon the habit of drinking a bottle of energy drink every day, Jennifer Bone, DDS, a spokesman for the Academy of General Dentistry, advises parents to remind their children immediately rinse with water after drinking energy drinks, candy and chewing lah rubber which contains no sugar.

"Two of this strategy (water and gum) can produce more saliva, which naturally can reduce the level of damage to the mouth to normal," said Jennifer.

7. Little Not Getting Enough Vitamin D
You may already tight enough in telling the child to drink milk every day so strong bones. But apparently researchers from Children's Hospital Boston shows another fact.

They studied girls aged 9 to 15 years to participate at least one hour a day of high activity. As a result, it turns out the calcium of milk consumed daily by children generally have no effect on the incidence of bone injury when berlah body.

However, vitamin D is more noticeable effect on the level to minimize the risk of injury. "The girls who meet the needs of as many viitamin D 663 IU per day, a smaller risk for injury, compared to other girls who only get 107 IU of vitamin D per day," said one researcher, Kendrin Sonneville, ScD, RD.

Therefore, "Parents should pay attention to the intake of vitamin D for their daughters. Some experts recommend 800 to 1,000 IU of vitamin D per day, especially for girls who are athletes or sports hobby, "added Kendrin.

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