Child health is a state of physical, mental, intellectual, social and emotional wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Healthy children live in families, environments, and communities that provide them with the opportunity to reach their fullest developmental potential. This can be achieved by urging them to adopt a good lifestyle, eating healthy food and bringing all round development in them.
Ideal health cannot be attained by children on their own. Children need a supportive environment from the adults in their family and community if they are to learn and grow successfully. The health and happiness of the unborn child are significantly influenced by the mother's state of health, actions, and environment before and even during pregnancy. To ensure the best outcomes for children, it is crucial to improve the mother's health and wellness.
Children's health is the foundation of adult health and wellbeing. The foundation for a healthy adulthood is laid when a child's health is well-cared for and is shielded from physical and mental harm.
The health of Indian children must be safeguarded and improved, according to Project Global Cure. Physical, mental, and emotional well-being of a child
Routine medical exams are another essential component for a child's growth. First of all, children's bodies and minds both benefit from a healthy, balanced diet. Because the brain absorbs nutrients from our meals just like the body does, super foods can help kids develop their mental faculties. The growth of a child's brain, memory, and focus can be improved with the correct nutrients.
The likelihood of a kid surviving varies greatly across India, with low- and middle-income households being disproportionately impacted.
Malnutrition, respiratory infections, and neonatal disorders are the main reasons why children die.
In India, common child health issues include:
You can address minor health problems at home. However, it is advised to contact the healthcare practitioner if it worsens.
One of the most socially acceptable ways to stop the transmission of infection is by washing your hands.
Through immunization, sufficient care, access to medical services, and improved nutrition, many child fatalities can be prevented.
However, many of the measures that could save lives are out of the reach of India's poorest citizens.
One of the many concerns pertaining to children's health is survival. The development, growth, and health of children are interconnected, and violence against these helpless children is another pervasive problem.
Children are born in the millions each year. PGC takes on the factors that contribute to infant and under-five mortality as well as fully integrating therapies that improve child survival. We can't discuss child survival in isolation when it comes to the mother's health, which is also influenced by her happiness and adolescent growth. Care must be prioritized at critical life stages if we want to increase child survival. A different approach makes sure that critical services are offered at home by utilizing community outreach and healthcare organizations.
Committing to implementing a strategy for children and infants' health and nutrition.