Why Is The Child’s Body Weak And Won’t Eat?
, I want to ask. This is my 17-year-old child, so far it’s enough to say he is eating well. But these 2 days he didn’t want to eat, his body went limp, and his head always asked for rest. I have brought the midwife, everything is healthy, it’s nothing, just the BB just goes down. And give me a supplement to increase his appetite. R nAfter my child consumes the supplement, thank God there is little development of eating. But here I am afraid, why is my child’s body still weak? Feeling not strong enough to bring the head, its activity is also reduced. Whereas before he was very active. AsI Consumption with Water He also more and more ,. I wonder why?? Why is his body limp ??? What should I do?? Thank you, .
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Decreased appetite if not handled properly can make the intake of nutrients that enter the body of the child becomes small. This condition can certainly make a child become weak and lose weight. You should check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician to be known, what causes a decrease in appetite.
Children's appetite can decrease due to many factors. What most often happens actually is related to improper eating patterns, for example if you often force children to eat, are not disciplined in applying the method and time of eating, do not vary the child's diet, use gadgets to accompany meals, and so on. The rest, can also decrease the appetite of children due to an illness, for example related to digestive disorders, viral or bacterial infections, and so on. The anxiety that your child is experiencing might also be related to dehydration, anemia, malnutrition, lack of sleep, fatigue, or other illnesses. By examining children directly to experts, these various possibilities can be detected precisely, can be with interviews and physical examinations, or also with the help of supporting examinations, such as laboratories, x-rays, and so on.
If your child's appetite is now slowly improving, then you really don't need to worry. Your child's weakness, if the cause is mild, should improve with increasing appetite. However, if within 1-3 days you feel there is no significant improvement, do not hesitate to check your child back to the doctor, right .. Some of the following steps you should also take to overcome your child's complaints:
Improve your feeding patterns:
Familiarize children with discipline in mealtime
Train children to eat while sitting, without toys, without gadgets, and without walking around
Make a delicious food menu according to the child's preference
Vary the menu, don't be monotonous
Give a display of food that appeals to children
Accompany children to eat, while teaching them to eat alone as early as possible
If the child does not want to eat, persuade in a subtle way, do not force let alone punish the child
Do not give children indiscriminate appetite supplement without a doctor's prescription
Let the child sleep enough
Give children too much to drink and breast milk
If there are other people around the child who are experiencing infectious pain, keep them away from close contact with children
Keep the environment around the child so that it is always clean, well-ventilated and well-lit
Hope this helps ...