Tuesday, November 11

Healthy Child is a Happy Child; leading to a Happy Home.

Chances are you may have kids running around the house and there may be days when you may think to yourself that if you are at home or a wild circus. But here's the thing, try to be at home when the kid is sick or not at home and you will miss that circus and the energy, i bet. This is what i called "the power of a healthy child".

I have a niece and when she is at home, she keeps everybody on their toes with her continuous mischief's and surprisingly i feel so content and happy amongst the chaos and clutter. The basic idea is keep the kids happy and they will make the home happier. As adults, we need to ensure the child is happy and healthy.

Full Disclosure: They are children they will make  mistakes, never forget that, rather try to be a living example rather than preaching, hug them more, converse with them on every topic, appreciate them on their achievement and make that 'connect'.  Yes, raising a child can be stressful but the idea is to enjoy the stress. Make the child a part of the home by letting her/him take part in the activities.

Having said that; "A healthy child is a happy child and a happy child is the biggest contributing factors to a happy home" so check and double check before buying furniture, cleaning agents, maintenance systems, drinking water and  other household material. Ensure the house has proper ventilation system and proper sunlight comes in the right amount.

These are all controllable factors, what if the child pick up bacteria while eating or drinking outside, for that the child should have strong immune system to fight these bacteria and viruses. I would suggest giving the  Ayurvedic Dabur Chyawanprash (https://www.liveveda.com/daburchyawanprash/) daily for a robust immune system. It also helps in fighting against seasonal illness and enhances learning power in children.

Apart from that, try to make the child familiar with fruits and vegetables and less with different varieties of junk food available in the market. Encourage them to take up sports professionally (not limited to cricket) and outdoor games in school.

Keep the focus on fun! You can make them do anything, cleaning as well, if you can make it fun and interesting. Organize a competition for best cleanliness for example and they will enjoy while doing the most boring work. Be a role model, don't just preach lead the way, take them along while going for a morning walk or cycling. Participate with them in their school co curricula activities and motivate them to participate as much as possible.

And remember, "Your happiness is a reflection of your health". ~ Anonymous.
Disclaimer: This post is written for Dabur Chyawanprash" A healthy child makes a healthy home campaign". 

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