Why don't children go to bed right after eating? Dangers can occur at any time, and many parents are unaware

time:2022-12-02 12:58:56source:monlittlebaby.com author:Maternal-Child Nursing
Why don't children go to bed right after eating? Dangers can occur at any time, and many parents are unaware

For a while, the news of a little boy's sudden death in kindergarten caused a heated discussion. While sympathizing with the little boy, everyone blamed the kindergarten. Some even suspected that it was caused by the malicious behavior of the kindergarten teacher or aunt. Through the retrieval of surveillance video and doctor's examination, the conclusion was that the child went to sleep in the morning after the child was full, causing food to be eaten. Reflux, block the trachea and cause suffocation! The reason for the sudden death of the little boy is surprising and shattering. However, many teachers and parents do not understand this fatal behavior that should not have happened. The morning the little boy went to school, his mother gave him sticky rice chicken and milk. These foods are more difficult to digest, and by lunch time, the little boy feels a little full, and the meal is not finished. The teacher saw it and told the little boy not to waste food. The obedient little boy forced himself to finish the meal in one bite. After lunch, it was time for lunch break. The children went to bed one after another at the request of the teacher. The little boy felt that his stomach was too stretched and he didn't want to sleep. The teacher thought he was naughty and disobedient, so he scolded him: Look, everyone is sleeping, children must sleep! In desperation, the little boy could only lie down and force himself to sleep. At the end of the lunch break, the children got up one after another, but the little boy did not wake up. The teacher thought that the little boy couldn't wake up because he went to bed late, so he didn't call him immediately. But twenty minutes passed, and the little boy was still asleep. The teacher went over to wake him up, but no matter how the teacher shouted, the little boy didn't respond at all. The teacher took a closer look and found that the little boy was pale and had black foreign objects on his mouth and nose. The teacher was taken aback and hurriedly picked up the little boy and sent him to the hospital for rescue. However, the doctor was exhausted, and the little boy was no longer breathing. The child just left the world in a sleep. The doctor's diagnosis was as follows: the child ate too much at noon, the food was not digested in the body, and the horse slept in the morning, causing the food to flow back and blocking his trachea to death. Such a conclusion is hard to accept, but it has really happened, and it is not a special case, it has just been ignored. A six-year-old girl has been exposed on the Internet. She stopped breathing when she was taking a nap in kindergarten, and her life stayed at the age of six forever. The autopsy report revealed that the child died of asphyxiation due to inhalation of a foreign body in the stomach, and that the child ate too much and immediately went to sleep. Another five-year-old boy died unexpectedly while taking a nap in the kindergarten. These tragedies have been "hot" on the Internet for a while, but calmed down after the truth came out. It can be said that many teachers and parents did not pay attention. But such incidents are not limited to kindergartens, nor do they only occur in infants and young children. A baby parent-child paradise also had a bizarre death of a child. The child was only one year and seven months old. The park said that the child got up and rolled his eyes after the lunch break and was sent to the hospital to die. The reason was traced back to the food backflow, blocking the trachea to death. A student in the second year of junior high school played games on an empty stomach for six hours, then overeating and sleeping immediately. As a result, the food backflowed and blocked the trachea and suffocated to death. I read an article saying that nearly 3,000 children in China die every year due to suffocation caused by foreign objects such as food blocking their trachea. This number is surprising, but because most of it happened in the presence of a guardian, it did not arouse suspicion and debate. In some cases, it was only because the rescue was timely that the danger was avoided. A little girl fell asleep after eating dumplings and dumplings at 6pm. At 9 o'clock in the evening, her mother planned to wake her daughter to wash her hands, but her daughter did not respond, her face was blue, her breathing was difficult, and she was unconscious. Her mother panicked and rushed to the hospital for rescue. Fortunately, she was out of danger in time. The doctor's diagnosis was caused by the backflow of food blocking the trachea. Numerous cases warn parents not to let their children go to bed after eating! Such behavior, the danger may appear at any time! Teachers and parents should pay attention and take precautionary measures. First, let the child go to bed after eating, and then go to bed with appropriate activities. Lie down to sleep immediately, there will be several problems: First, the food backflow into the trachea, causing life-threatening, this is the most serious situation. The second is the reflux of food into the esophagus, because the stomach contents increase after eating, and the pressure in the stomach increases. If the nozzle door is not closed tightly, it may reflux into the esophagus, resulting in gastroesophageal reflux disease. If it is mild, it will cause discomfort in the esophagus; if it is severe, it will cause reflux esophagitis, causing esophageal erosion and ulcers. The third is to cause accumulation of food and indigestion. Children's gastrointestinal function development is generally not perfect, and they go to bed directly after eating, food will accumulate in the stomach, unable to digest in time, and the probability of food accumulation increases. The child may lose appetite and may also experience uncomfortable symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain. There is a saying in life that "walk a hundred steps after a meal and live to 99." This sentence is actually a reminder of the benefits of after-meal activities, warning not to lie down and sleep immediately after eating, and to do light activities that are not intense. Generally speaking, it is better to lie down and sleep more than half an hour after a meal, which is safer. Second, observe the child while he is laying down to rest. Especially for young children, it is necessary to pay more attention. Don't think that the child is safe after lying down and resting. It is necessary to listen to whether the child's breathing is normal to prevent the child's trachea from being blocked by the backflow of food; to observe the child's demeanor and see if the child's behavior is abnormal, so as to find and deal with the problem in time. Third, in the child's food structure, we must do a good job of deployment. Try not to give your child hard-to-digest foods, such as chocolate at noon, because chocolate contains a lot of calories that can irritate your child's stomach and your child needs a nap. When the child eats, don't "urge" or "force" the child, let the child swallow slowly, let alone force the child to eat when the child says he can't eat. Fourth, teach children to express themselves when they feel uncomfortable. Unless the child can't speak yet, letting the child know how to express himself is a homework that parents need to teach their children. Especially after the child goes to kindergarten, because the kindergarten has garden rules and management regulations, the child must obey the teacher's management when entering the kindergarten, such as eating well and sleeping well. It is necessary to teach children that they can tell the teacher boldly when they feel uncomfortable and really cannot eat or sleep, rather than endure it by themselves. Fifth, learn a little first aid knowledge. As a parent, nurturing children is not just about feeding and clothing them, but also knowing some family education methods and mastering a little knowledge of children's first aid. After all, life is bound to have accidents. When the child has an emergency such as food backflow, he can immediately deal with it and send it to the hospital for emergency treatment in time. Author: A working mother of two children who waits for the wind to come. She holds a pen in her left hand and her baby in the right. She likes to read, write, and draw. She firmly believes that even if life is a piece of chicken feathers, she still has her own longing poems and distances in her heart. Follow me and continue to give you Provide more parenting dry goods. (The picture comes from the Internet, if there is any infringement, please contact to delete it)
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