What are the symptoms of spleen deficiency in babies? Learn 5 massage tips

Children with spleen deficiency may also suffer from overeating and repeated colds. Moreover, in children with spleen deficiency, the water and grain essence transported and transformed cannot rise to nourish the head, face, heart and lungs, so the children will also have problems such as rosy complexion and frequent colds. Children can eat but not digest it, just like products processed in a factory cannot be sold. Over time, they will accumulate there, so children will still have food accumulation. So the most important thing is to know the symptoms of spleen deficiency in children, so that we can make the best choice at the most appropriate time and prevent the occurrence of frequent constipation. Below, Doudehui summarizes the most likely signs of spleen deficiency to give you a reference. 1. Hair is thin and yellow. This is the most typical sign that you need to replenish your energy and blood, so start quickly. 2. Frequent sweating while sleeping or after exercise indicates leakage of healthy energy, insufficient defensive energy, decreased immunity, and the emergence of various diseases. 3. The skin color, especially the tip of the nose and face, is yellow, and the middle of the two eyes is blue-purple. This situation indicates excessive eating. 4. Look at the lip color. Too red means internal heat, and too pale means spleen deficiency and poor blood flow. 5. Become thinner or fatter. But if the porcelain feels solid, it doesn\’t matter. When you are not healthy, your skin and flesh are loose. 6. He has trouble sleeping, always likes to roll around, push up against the quilt, and sleep with his butt sticking out. The so-called stomach disharmony leads to restless sleep, which is the reason for too much food in the stomach. 7. Diarrhea or constipation or diarrhea and constipation are caused by injuries to the spleen and stomach. 8. Hotness in the palms of hands and feet or heat in the stomach are caused by injuries to the spleen and stomach. 9. The limbs feel cool in summer and hot in winter. 10. Bad temper, irritable and irritable. 11. Have eye bags or dark circles, etc. All of the above may be signs of spleen deficiency. After knowing the symptoms of spleen deficiency in children, we can take some measures to eliminate these negative factors. First, don’t force your children to eat. Children have weak digestion ability, so give them a little more time to let their stomach and intestines get more rest. But if the baby doesn\’t eat for a long time, such as two or three days, the baby may be constipated and needs to be treated. Second, don’t eat too much raw or cold food such as fruits, juices, etc. or snacks, and only eat what is in season. Because these are very harmful to the child\’s spleen and stomach. Snacks include not only what we usually call them, but also regular and quantitative meals. Third, do not eat before going to bed. From 6 months to 2 years old, do not eat after 8 o\’clock, but you can drink water; after two years old, do not eat after dinner, so that you can sleep peacefully! Many mothers report that their children are very good at eating, but they are still thin, small, and have yellow hair. What is going on? In fact, most of these children typically have a strong stomach and a weak spleen. The stomach governs decomposition and storage, and the spleen governs absorption, transportation and transformation. To put it simply, the function of the stomach is to turn the food eaten into the stomach into a porridge-like mixture, and the spleen transports the nutrients throughout the body. Children with strong stomachs will of course have a good appetite and eat more. But if the spleen is weak, the spleen\’s absorption, transportation and transformation functions will be poor, and it will be unable to transport nutrients throughout the body. If the nutrients your body needs cannot be met, you will naturally become small and thin, looking like you are malnourished. Therefore, if a child has a strong stomach and a weak spleen, parents must help the child solve the problem in time. Strengthen the stomach and strengthen the spleenWeak children can be treated with traditional Chinese medicine, and pediatric massage is also very effective. Mothers may wish to give it a try. Method 1: Tonify the Spleen Meridian: Hold the child\’s left hand with your left hand, and use the thumb of your right hand to push straight along the radial side of the child\’s thumb from the fingertip to the root of the finger. This is to invigorate the Spleen Meridian. Repeat 60-120 times. Method 2: Qingwei Meridian The stomach meridian point is on the first section of the thumb near the palm, but not the entire thumb. The centripetal meridian is for nourishing and the eccentric for clearing, so pushing from the base of the finger to the tip of the finger is the Qingwei meridian. Hold the child in your arms, grab the child\’s little hand with your left hand, place the thumb of your right hand on the child\’s left and right stomach meridian, and clean it 50 times. Method 3: Rub the child’s abdomen. The child’s stomach and intestines are on the abdomen, that is, the child’s abdomen. Rub the child’s belly clockwise. The child will feel much better immediately. It is more effective than taking stomach-strengthening and digestion medicines. Method 4: Rub Zusanli Children with blue veins on the bridge of their noses will mostly have problems such as weight loss, yellow hair, and small stature. Mothers should remember to \”stay in the three li of the abdomen\”, which means that if you have gastrointestinal problems, you should first look for the Zusanli point. Mothers should also remember another saying: \”Kneading Zusanli is better than eating an old hen.\” Zusanli is also an important point for regulating the spleen and stomach and replenishing qi. Zusanli point is also easy to find, it is located four fingers below the outer knee. Knead the left and right legs for 1 minute each. Method 5: Chiropractic: Use both hands to pinch the skin along both sides of the spine. While lifting and pinching, push it forward, pinching from the caudal sacrum to the occiput. This is chiropractic, pinch from bottom to top 7 all over. Chiropractic can adjust yin and yang, regulate meridians, promote the circulation of qi and blood, and improve the function of viscera. It is often used for symptoms such as loss of appetite, indigestion, diarrhea, insomnia, childhood malnutrition, colds, and fever. This technique is particularly good and mothers should keep it in mind.

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