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In order for the sun's radiation to help the baby get the right growth and avoid rachitis, it must drop directly onto the baby's face and cause them to get a nice brown suntan.
Jets that brown the epidermis and inhibit rachitis - UV radiation - do not go through clothes or normal windows. All mothers who wish their babies to be healthy should give them frequent sunbathing from an early age until they are old enough to be able to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
Sunbathing can begin when the baby is 3 or I week old - in the case of sunny days outside, in the case of cool days inside with the windows open. Babies should be browned everywhere, but the tan should be gradual. Sunbathing should be done in sunny conditions when the temperature is not too high in the early hours of the morning and later in the evening; in colder conditions it should be done when the temperature is highest and the ultra-violet radiation most intensive - in the midst of the workday.
Since so many kids are wearing tan costumes in hot conditions, it is quite simple for them to tan. It'?s early spring. A baby conceived in early childhood can start sunbathing until mid-March or April 1 in much of the United States - even sooner in the south.
To start your first sunbath outdoors, let the light on your face and palms for 10 to 15 min, with the hat backed or removed. Every extra night extends the period by 3 min for a beautiful baby and 5 min for a black baby. One or two months later, the baby should get half an hours of exposure to the light in the mornings and half an hours in the afternoons and wear only a nappy.
The best time for sunbathing in early springs is in the early mornings and early afternoons. In autumn and winters, longer sunbaths are required than in springs and summers, as ultraviolet radiation is low in autumn and winters. You can sunbathe in colder conditions near a top or bottom open windows, with the baby in the sunspot that falls through the open area.
Keeping her own hand in the shade of the light, the mom can see how hot it really is. Observe the baby attentively and keep it covered when the light is behind a skywheel. The first time you take an indoors sunbath, let the light glow on your baby's face, palms and arm for 15 to 20 min; after a few nights, also keep his feet covered.
You can even take off the baby's chemise when the heat is on. It may be better in the colder months to take two brief sunbaths a night instead of one long one. Once a baby is used to sunbathing in the hall, it can start bathing outdoors very early in the year.
The baby should be taken outside in the midst of the summer on many bright autumn and autumn evenings to sunbathe on face and hand for a long time. In 1931, the government thought, as I did, that the hibernation could also be beneficial. Articles in both category Infant Child and Midday Son and German are here listed: