Doctors at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio have conducted a study of 125 babies, part-premature babies, part-time babies, to analyze how their responses to physical achievement, according to en.newsner.com . The findings were that the first affective experiences of a child – involving their way of manifestation when they are embraced and caressed by parents – have long-term effects on how the brain will perceive affectivity in the next years of childhood.
Newborns experiment the world by touch and a simple gesture like keeping your baby in your arms, for example, can make a difference in the further development of his brain.
Loving gestures towards the little ones, from the very first days since they come to the world, not only represent something normal, but also helps them develop in a harmonious way from all points of view. So do not hesitate to embrace your baby and show him that you love him whenever you have the opportunity. You will be amazed at the multitude of ways you will later thank for this.