Birth Month Also Affect Infant Health

Birth Month Also Affect Infant Health
Condition of the mother when the baby is still in the womb until the baby is born take effect on the baby's health in later life. Not only health conditions or levels of stress are influential, but also months of birth or conception.

Some studies show a link between the moon attractive babies are born with health.

- Conception May and preterm birth
Women who begin pregnancy in May (and give birth in the winter) it turns out 10 percent are at risk of premature delivery.
The researchers suspect this has something to do with the influenza season in January and February. The women were infected with influenza are known to give birth sooner than expected.

However, it does not mean the month of May was a bad month for fertilization. The mother can take care of their health through a healthy diet and adequate rest to boost immunity.

- Autumn and superior physical
Baby boy born in November are known to run 10 percent faster, jumping 12 percent higher, and 15 per cent more powerful than the babies born in April. In general, babies born in the fall have a better fitness.

One explanation was that their mothers during pregnancy exposed to sunlight in the summer so that his body produces vitamin D more. This vitamin is very important for the development of the fetus.

- Spring and disease
Low levels of vitamin D for babies in the womb turns will increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis later in life. Babies of this vitamin deficiency in adult life is also more prone to autoimmune diseases or immune cells attack the body's healthy cells.

Even so, do not panic because there was not a month that is best or worst to have a baby. Prepare good pregnancy by stopping all the bad habits, such as smoking, sleep late, or stress, before pregnancy.

Apply a healthy balanced diet and do blood tests to find out if there is a virus in your body or congenital disease.