We are searching data for your request:
Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.
It is often a little scary, but it is about being malicious and harmless. Everything about the dialect.
Harmless, but ugly: the key languageWhen parents realize that a child's tongue is not quite the same as usual, they are right to question. The story doesn't look nice: it's a tongue-in-cheek and strangely ridiculous, and of course it does require something terrible. The first pass of the parents leads to the doctor, who provides a reassuring choice: the dialect is a completely harmless and malicious change. The population is approx. 1-3 percentages affectedis not a dangerous change, but it is worth paying attention to. The difference is that in some parts of the tongue the tongue is missing, that is to say, the tongue has an irregular shape, has a fine, pale appearance. Although the bilingual language often looks scary, it does not cause any problems. One of the names of the target language is "benign migraine glossitis", a malignant, transient inflammation of the tongue, which indicates that the disorder often cures in one area and occurs in another.The reason for the change is unknown, but it has genetic factors and certain risk factors. These include: a more average language, a family history of stress, psoriasis, eczema, systemic steroid use, hormonal changes. According to statistics, bilingualism is more common in women and family moving is frequent. It does not necessarily appear immediately after birth, and may occur at any age.
Sign language can also indicate illness: a weakened immune system, dehydrated status, fever before or a few days before the appearance of cataract or infectious diseases in children.
If your child has these symptoms and changes in your language, you will definitely want to show them to a doctor or guard once in a while. What's more important to note is that the coarser tongues tend to occur more frequently in saliva and candida infections. If your child complains of pain and sensation over the day, he should be taken seriously. In such cases, a variety of specialists may provide anti-inflammatory, brushes, and vitamins, or homeopathic treatment may be effective.
Of course, if the child responds more sensitively to certain tastes and changes, then it is completely natural: excessive, succulent and dingy foods are avoided, and this can lead to irritated teeth.