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Missing Big Movements: Can It Be a Problem?


Could it be a problem if my child is missing out on movement training? Is it okay to get up before you were stable? These requests are raised in many parents. We have summarized the most important information about missed major movements.

Missing Big Movements: Can It Be a Problem?The movement of each infant is different, however after birth, the baby's movement development mostly follows a regular sequence. That is why, if any form of exercise is missing from your child's development, or if you experience a difference, then it is worth consulting a specialist as soon as possible (gymnastics, conductor, somatic therapist, doctor, etc.).

But is regular motion development really that important?

In recent years, this topic has been the focus of attention. If movement is not done in the desired way, it can lead to skills and learning disabilities in the following. It is important to understand that big movements not only base on fine motor movements, but also stimulate brain maturation processes.

What is the reason of this?

Your child experiences its own body parts at the expense of motion, the boundaries and extent of its body, and its effect on the area of ​​the vertebrae. For this, ideally, there is a large volume and movement that is appropriate. The proper development of large movements such as rolling, finishing, riding, running, jumping or throwing is indispensable for the smooth development of fine movements. Let's see first, what great movements your child has to master before age 3! Up to age the baby needs to be three when moving,
  • He raises his head for 1-2 days
  • At 2-4 months old you can push yourself out of your stomach
  • By 5-6 months, all of the officers will learn to rotate
The next six months and another important big move for the baby to learn. This includes cooking (6-8 months), which is one of the hardest physical jobs which is most often left out of the big movements, and then, taking a more practical approach, this is followed by training (7-12th of a month), which is also a very important condition for the development of the baby's movement. At 10 months, the baby is overwhelmingly, confidently, by 12 months the baby should be sure to stand, And you can flip sideways by calling the furniture. 14 months later, he went, wisely. 16 months down the stairs, it runs with stiff legs, can lift up to the furniture, leans forward and straightens.An 18-month-old baby is able to push and pull a larger object, discard the ball. By the time he is 20 months old, he will have gotten upstairs (you have to catch it by hand).At 22, he squats playfully, and at 2 years he is able to jump on the ground and hit the ball.2-2.5 years the little kid is running, jumping on a pair of feet, stepping on stairs, "playing soccer". An average child of 3-3.5 years he can drive a three-wheeled bicycle, can jump on one foot and keep his balance, and is able to ride on lower stairs with changed feet.

Everything in time!

It is important for the child to keep up to date with all stages of his / her movement and not to miss any stage during major movements as each major movement establishes the strength of the muscles needed for the next movement:
  • Getting the head up is necessary to learn to belly up and then turn back.
  • Rotation is indispensable for a child to learn how to cook.
  • During finishing and blending, the back muscles are strengthened, which promotes a stable, self-sustaining lifestyle.
  • And with the uplifting of the world, it is very important for mental development that the upliftment is timely.
Since all forms of motion are stacked together, therefore, the development of a new form of motion cannot be prevented by a more advanced, heavier form of motion (for example, learning how to stop being unable to survive for sure). But Szllkyin one should not force or hurry the big movements. Do not force a child who is incapacitated, as my weak backbone does not dare to hold the spine. Ugyanнgy you should not hurry to get up and running, because it is not strong enough or its coordination is not good enough. In addition, the parent can also cause her to have defects in her ability to move or exercise. If you find that your baby is doing a lot faster, if you miss a phase in your movement, you should definitely consult an early stage developer, since each stage is very important in terms of brain development. Remember! The earlier the development begins, the greater the aid will be.

Listen to the muscles too!

In order for your child to develop proper mobility, you must have a normal muscle (tonoth). Loose-skinned (hypothetical) dolls often have difficulty keeping the head in place. They are those who do not like to move, or who soon become tired, leaner, suckle harder, and have difficulty developing motion. Tight muscles (hypertunn) babies, on the other hand, are characterized by the fact that their limbs are difficult to move, the neck is stiff and tight. These babies are very rich and can also put pressure on their breastfeeding babies. Characteristically, they are much more restless and leaner. Parents may find that they are both more active and more mobile. If any muscle tone develops, you should definitely seek the help of a specialist!

Let's talk about cooking!

One of the most common questions that parents are concerned about is whether or not it is possible to miss out on your child's cooking. According to experts this can really cause problems. Come on, why! The kid in this big move use all of its limbs, and opposing arm-to-leg movements automate important nervous system pathways that are indispensable in the coordination of the two brains. This is through manual manipulation, fine-tuning of eye and hand movements, and later in school reading and learning will be important. During cooking, the toddler utilizes and strengthens muscle groups that play an important role in stable posture and spine. Without their reinforcement, the condition of the child can be unstable, further problems of balance and movement coordination, which unfortunately they can also cause problems in learning (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia).

But what does a specialist help if you miss a big move?

Because the central nervous system's aging process and movement are very closely linked to mental development, therefore, professional development of the movement can influence the development of the nervous system, which enables schoolchildren. Different types of movement exercises can provide the child with the right stimuli, which can help to build connections between nerve cells. The best exercise training exercises involve the large muscles of the body, and the intensive use of the muscles of the arms, legs, back and neck contributes to the proper posture. The development of large movements can be accomplished by running, finishing, training, rolling, jumping tasks, but the role of rocking, rocking, pounding, spinning and dancing is important. Kids really love exercise games, balance-building games, tempo and shifting movement sequences, all of which develop big movements. The development teacher help develop the child's body image and vestibular system, it can help to harmonize the movement of the two sides of the body and thus make the school more smooth. Szakйrtх: Luca Salát, a pediatrician, an expert psychologist
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