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3 Environmental factors that influence baby’s cognition via Abbott
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A8. The right environment is the place where kids thrive. Its the duty of both mom and dad to provide the environment of love and care where babies feel secure. Stress is bad or them too. Abbott
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A7. we do age appropriate activities. Right now we do a lot of reading and role plays. He currently likes being the "dance sir" Abbott
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A6. SimMom IQ+ has the perfect blend of nutrients required for a lactating mom. It has DHA, Natural Vitamin E - brain nutrients that baby gets from the breastmilk. 2 cups of it everyday meet 100% RDA for lactating moms for these vital nutrients Abbott
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A5. 1. Proper nutrition through Exclusive 2. Providing an environment of love and care 3. Massage, tummy time 4 Singing talking 5. playtime Abbott
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A3. DHA and Vitamin E are the two imp nutrients that are known to boost brain development. Both can be found in breastmilk as well as nutritious foods like green vegetables, sunflower seeds and oils etc. Abbott
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A4. It has a huge impact. Stress is not good for babies too. Studies hv shown when a baby is growing up in an emotionally stressful environment their brain development is not as par with kids growing in a secure environment that has love and support. Abbott
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A flower grows in a healthy surrounding. And so does a baby. His surroundings, love, attention, responsiveness. All affect a baby's cognition. Abbott
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A2. A quick Google search tells that environment, genetic, nutrition and stimulation are a few things that affect the baby's cognitive development. Abbott
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Suchita Agarwal Dec 13
A2. Environment - physical and emotional, nutrition and stimulation activities - all affect cognitive development. The more you nurture, the more it improves. Here's 's article on how to boost brain development: Abbott
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A2. Many things 1. Breastfeeding 2. An environment of love and care 3. stimulating activities 4. Singing reading everything has an impact on the baby's cognitive development Abbott
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Suchita Agarwal Dec 13
A1. Brain development begins right from conception and as per the stimulus provided, the brain synapses develop. This from is an excellent read: 26. Abbott
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A1 Baby's brain development starts during pregnancy and continues till later in life but maximum brain development takes place in first 3 years of life. Abbott
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A1. I am not really sure but I guess it's start from day 1. I am glad I am joining the session to know more about it.
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A1 the brain development starts as soon as a baby is born and the first 6 months are crucial in baby brain development, hence utmost attention need to paid in these formative months Abbot
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Nikita Jalota Dec 13
A1. Right from conception. And most of the brain development is completed by 1 year of age. I can see how my baby recognizes my voice and his Papa's voice since we used to speak to him while he was in the womb Abbott
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Q1. At what age does baby's brain development begin? Abbott
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A1. Actually it begins in the womb. And by age 1 baby's brain is already 60% of its adult size! The first year is crucial. Abbott
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