JENNY LEE

JENNY LEE

FEATURES JOURNALIST Co-Tyrone born features journalist and sleep-deprived mum of two young children. Specialises in the arts, parenting and health features. Human interest stories, celebrity interviews, theatre and movie reviews are all part of Jenny's job-description. [...]

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How children's health issues can often be traced back to the process of birth itself

How children's health issues can often be traced back to the process of birth itself

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DOES your baby have difficulties around latching on or keeping milk down? Does your toddler not sleep well or suffer with constipation? Is your older child a fussy eater, resistant to change or have difficulty riding a bicycle? Or perhaps you have a teenager who is struggling with exam stress or refusing to go to school? Now, have you ever considered that experiences in your child’s early years and even their birth itself could be contributing factors to their current and ongoing behaviour? Such experiences can include becoming stuck in the birth canal, an emergency Caesarean section or the use of forceps in a delivery.

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