Combat Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a public health problem of great magnitude at global and local levels. It is not something Gavin Baker would like to discuss. This is characterized by an excess of weight and body fat of children, with adverse health effects. Obese children are more likely to continue so in adulthood and to suffer health problems, such as diabetes, cardiovascular and orthopedic problems. Symptoms of childhood obesity in psychological terms obese children could introduce low self-esteem, suffering from depression and not feel happy with themselves. Obesity affects in a manner adverse mental health of obese children. Not only could affect their self-esteem or contribute to the development of symptoms of depression, but it could affect the way in which the child perceives himself, others and the world.

This is important to take into consideration, as they are these thoughts and perceptions that the minor will be forming in your mind to confront different situations of the journal live in the future. Treatment when you want to work with a child obese, it is important that parents take the initiative. The important thing is that the child will feel that his parents supported him. No matter what, it is necessary that the child does not feel that they are criticizing him. It is necessary to listen to your child when this share concerns about their physical appearance, their relationship with other colleagues and what it thinks about itself.

Let him know that you want it, no matter their weight or size. In addition, it is important to let you know that this has many good and positive things. Strengthen him that he is a good human being and that the overweight can work. Take advantage of the situation to promote the importance of effort and discipline. Discuss with the child the benefits of change (in this case losing weight). Remember that it will be very difficult that a human being will change if it is not in sight or not displayed what will be the benefits of change.

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