Healthy diet, Mental health, PEDIATRICS

Does your Children suffers from Sleep Disturbance?

Firstly wish you all a very happy 2018 . WISH YOU ALL GET GOOD HEALTH & WEALTH.

As a title suggest you will get some good and beneficial information for your child’s health. So if your children are weak in educational activities , suffers from sleep disturbance then continue reading this latest study based information.

A study was done by University of Pennsylvenia. Study relates with fish consumption. Omega-3 fatty acids are known to play critical roles in the growth and functioning of neural tissue, their effects on cognitive outcomes are of particular interest.

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Maternal fish intake or fish oil supplements during pregnancy, for instance , it is associated with improved neurodevelopmental outcomes in infants & young children, including language and visual motor skills at 6 and 18 months, eye and hand coordination at age 2.5 years, and IQ at age 4 years.

Dietary fish and omega-3 fatty acid intake is also associated with improved cognitive and academic performance in adolescents, and reduced cognitive decline and dementia in older age.

Study suggests that frequent fish consumption may help reduce sleep problems (better sleep quality) ,which may in turn benefit long-term cognitive functioning in children. A dose response relationship indicates high IQ scores in children who always or sometimes consumed fish compared to those who rarely ate fish.

Children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4 points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all. So try to include fish in your children’s regular diet and keep them over all healthy.

Thank you for reading . ☺STAY HEALTHY , STAY HAPPY.☺

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