Posted on: 09.11.2022.
Although in children, it usually occurs in adolescence, depression may appear in some form already in kindergarten. Usually, very young children are not diagnosed with depression in the true sense of the term, but the first symptoms may show up even at an early age. Depression may occur after losing a loved one, family problems, school problems, violence, and life changes, but its onset is also influenced by genetic factors. Chronic exposure to adverse life factors significantly affects the development of depression.
Posted on: 02.11.2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the social determinants of mental health for children. Social isolation and the closure of schools and preschools have made it more difficult for children to socialize and communicate and maintain friendship.
Healthy Eating Day is traditionally celebrated across the globe on the first Wednesday of November. It was established to remind people of the importance of healthy nutrition and what we put in our bodies. As science advances, we have learned that our diet can improve our health and be the key to a long and healthy lifestyle. Our diet plays an important part in our overall health and the body's ability to recover from any disease.
Posted on: 29.08.2022.
Although schools really try to offer children a quality nutritious meal, very often children do not want to eat what is on the menu that day or have a certain picky period. It is very important to understand that every time a child goes to school is stressful for them, both for those who sit down in school for the first time and for those children who have to get used to the school duties again after the long summertime holidays. Whichever of those groups your child falls into, it is important that they eat properly and good quality food.
Breakfast is the most important thing in this story, and if your little ones are not morning eaters, we have prepared a few suggestions that they can take with them as a snack.