🎄 Even our teeth should receive gifts this Christmas, right? 😅
It’s December! It’s Christmas month! 🎄 The most awaited month of the year, especially for our little ones. And… time for food!!!
Since food is such an important part of our Christmas celebration, we should continue to be responsible with our food preparation and make sure our children take in something healthy this Christmas season – protect our little ones, protect those beautiful teeth too!
🔊📣 Listen in as Claire talks about some alternatives to the usual candies🍬and lollipops🍭 that we give our children during Christmas.
Kids are always eating, but they’re not always brushing their teeth. 🧐 A child’s dental health is important for many reasons – it can affect chewing ability, social skills, and it may even be an indicator of overall health.
So how do we prevent kids’ tooth decay? Here are some ways 👈
📌 Remember, dental health is important for a healthy smile. As kids grow, you should plan on routine dental checkups anywhere from once every 3 months to once a year. Keeping sugary foods in check and flossing regularly helps maintain good oral hygiene habits that can lead to good dental health. 💯✔
📌 𝗔𝗡𝗙 𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗹𝗹 𝗯𝗹𝗼𝘄𝘀 𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗺𝗶𝗻𝗱𝘀 💯
This ELITE VOLLEYBALLER had a shoulder issue with 8/10 pain on the onset. Within 10 minutes of ANF disc’ing, pain level amazingly decreased to 1/10! 😲
Sam Leslie, a superstar physio in Melbourne, has done terrific help for this pro to get him back on the sand quickly, pain-free! What every athlete wants! 🙌
But wait, there’s more‼️
Following up 3 days later, the athlete went to the gym without any issues at all and will be back to ball training again. Winning! 🤩
“If we encourage our kids to grow up with healthier Christmas traditions, that’s what they get turned into and they will pass on to the generations after us.“
🎄 One of the best ways we can keep a healthy and vibrant Christmas tradition alive today is by passing it on to our kids. They are growing up in this modern world where everything just becomes more commercialized every year.
So, if we want them not only to remember what Christmas was like but also to pass along their own traditions for future generations, we have to encourage our children with healthier past-times at Christmastime instead of focusing all attention on gifts under trees which may lead into bad eating habits come December 25th.
Don’t forget to look after your children’s teeth as well and let’s all have a happy, happy festive season! 💙💚