As parents, we are always bothered about the health and well being of our kids. However, in the process of trying to prevent children from falling sick or being hurt, parents can sometimes become over-protective and hinder a child’s natural growth by trying to stop him/her from playing or exploring. Modern theorists call such protective mothers ‘helicopter moms.’
Parents want children to grow up to be independent, well-balanced, confident and healthy individuals. For this to happen children need to grow up in a supportive way that encourages them to thrive and does not expose them to emotional trauma, physical abuse, poor nutrition, over protection or verbal abuse.
What Influences Our Children’s Health and Wellbeing?
In today’s society, children can face pressures from a young age. Many parents need to work and children are often placed into day care or have nannies. Divorce rates are reaching record highs, parents lose jobs, family circumstances change and many families move houses/ areas to follow work. Children constantly need to adjust to changing circumstances and adults around them as they grow up. Sometimes moves or changes, separation from parents and moving schools can cause stress for children as they have to adjust to new situations, make new friends and adopt to new surroundings. In addition children can be impacted by emotional highs and lows of parents as they move through challenges of life.
Parents, in a world that has increasing crime rates, are often worried about child safety, and as a result children are constantly watched and escorted everywhere, often in cars. Many children are no longer allowed to freely explore their neighborhood or local area. This can restrict children in developing their own independence and can lead to anxiety in later life about being left, travelling alone, as well as hindering development of their mental mapping skills that are important later in life for navigating round towns and places as well as reading maps or making journeys.
Parents have a tendency to overly worry about their childrens health. Medications for pain relief and colds that are available over the counter are frequently used whilst anti-biotic medicines are commonly prescribed by doctors. Many parents rush to the doctors at the first sign of illness. Using allopathic treatments, can have side effects, introduce chemicals into the growing body and over time can lose their effectiveness. Children that are frequently exposed to anti biotic drugs are less likely to develop their own natural resistance to bacteria.
Nutrition for children can be a problem where convenience meals, salty snacks and fizzy drinks are a norm. Working parents can be too busy to spend time preparing fresh food and children can be given quick, ready meals that have high fat/salt content and low nutritional value. Child nutrition is becoming a problem, lacking minerals and essential vitamins can lead to low immunity and poor health.
Children frequently face peer pressure when growing up. Strong advertising campaigns encourage children to have the latest toys, trendy clothes and are encouraged to look like role models from the media. Peer pressure in school is becoming a problem for many children who can start to lack confidence or develop anxiety from bullying or low self-esteem. Eating disorders are on the rise amongst young teenagers as they increasingly feel pressures over body image.
From a young age children face pressure from teachers, parents and peers to do well in sports, academia and the arts. Under achieving individuals can become withdrawn, demonstrate changes in behaviour, seek attention, develop anxiety or stress. In the modern world children have great demands placed on them to succeed and fit into social norms and for some the pressures can lead to depression, nervousness and anxiety.
Overall children today, grow up fast and are exposed to many pressures. As parents we want the best for our children, however modern lifestyles are busy and children are being exposed to many factors that may lead to overall physical, mental or emotional health issues. In recognition of the problems children are facing parents are starting to use a wide range of complementary health approaches to help children develop overall good health and well-being.
Types of Complementary Health Approaches
National Health Interview Survey reveals that the most common approaches include one or a combination of several of the following types of alternative or complimentary medicine-
Dietary supplements (typically herb-based, natural resources)
Manipulation of spine
Can the Complementary Approach Assure Holistic Health?
Alternative and complementary medicines have shown positive results with children, but work very slowly. Moreover, the results of various therapies vary from patient to patient. Some conditions may recur if any of the therapy is discontinued.
Trivedi Effect®:- Long-lasting Results , Confidence, Good Health and Wellbeing for Kids?
The Trivedi Effect® is a natural phenomenon where universal energy is harnessed through the thoughts of an individual and directed to a subject that receives the energy. This energy has the potential to bring about positive changes in the recipient, maximizing the potential of the individual by increasing the ability to be productive, efficient and functional. This energy was first brought to the world through Mr. Mahendra Kumar Trivedi. It is his belief that the energy connects people to the God of their understanding, and to their inner guidance system. Through this and within a short period of time, people are able to harness the Life Force/Vital Force that has the ability to bring everything into a person’s life. Dahryn Trivedi and Gopal Nayak also now have the ability to harness this universal energy. To find out more about the Trivedi Effect® please view trivedieffect.com
The incredible potential of this energy has amazed scientific communities. This energy can transform living organisms or non-living material to serve a higher level purpose. There have been over 4,000 scientific experiments on plants, animals, cancer cells, bacteria, viruses, metals, ceramics and polymers and the impact of this energy has been validated. The results showed that the energy initiated wonderful transformation, optimizing the potential of the subject matter in ways that were beneficial to humanity. Tens of thousands of individuals who experienced the Trivedi Effect® have left testimony attesting to the amazing beneficial properties of the energy for human wellness which are shared on www.triveditestimonials.com. To find out more about Trivedi Effect® or read, related peer-reviewed publications, see www.trivediscience.com
This energy can be administered, through Energy Transmissions either in-person or remotely, to anywhere in the world.
How the Trivedi Effect® will benefit your kid’s health?
“The first years of life, particularly from birth to age 18, are the most formative and important for human development. These years are also the time when people are more vulnerable to emotional stress that can dramatically alter the rest of their life.”
– Mahendra Trivedi
Mahendra Trivedi states that children are highly receptive to this energy. Received from an early age children can maximise their capabilities and potential during their formative years. This energy has the intelligence to help children develop confidence, inner peace, Parents of children with ADHD,ADD, Autism, anxiety, stress, eating disorders , low confidence have all given testimony attesting to improvements following exposure to the Trivedi Effect®
The Trivedi Effect® has been reported by parents to:-
Improve sleep quality
Increase capability to concentrate
Improve communication skills
Bring greater mental clarity
Improve overall health
Increase sense of peace and well-being
To find out about how to receive an Energy Transmission for yourself or to find out more about Trivedi Wellness Programs™ available please go to trivedieffect.com/programs Mahendra Trivedi provides a specific program for children where energy transmissions are given while they are asleep. This is called the Daily Transmission Program for Kids™
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