In the last post we talked about the back to work. Each person is different and experiences this process differently. The same can be said for children and adolescents, who often need extra help to give them energy for the back to school. There are many changes: going from free time to having to get up at a specific time, refreshing the concepts learned until June to apply them in the new course, having to perform intellectually both in class and later when doing homework and studying, adapting to the seasonal change ... Fortunately, many of these efforts are compensated by the illusion of meeting friends again in the school. back to school.
Some of the advice that our medical advisor, Dr. José Durán, gave us for adults can also be useful for our children. Without going any further, regulate the schedules and, even a few days before the back to schoolThe time has come for children to go to bed and get up at the same time as they will from September to June. It is also time to put an end to eating disorders. Foods rich in tryptophan (oily fish, chicken, turkey, eggs, dairy products, legumes,...) will activate serotonin and students will face the changes with a better mood.
There are also food supplements that may be useful:
- Melatonin helps to fall asleep. Thus, Melanoctina can be a good ally to regulate the hours of rest after the more flexible schedules typical of summer.
- Perhaps the greatest effort for schoolchildren is in getting themselves mentally and intellectually at their best. Memoplam is a food supplement made with eleutherococcus root (Eleutherococcus senticosus), a medicinal plant traditionally used for intellectual performance. It can help them to remember everything they have learned in the previous year to be able to put it into practice in the new course.
- The royal jelly Vittal In InfantilThe riboflavin content will give them an extra dose of vitality to reduce the tiredness and fatigue that comes with back to school. In addition, it contains vitamin C, very necessary for the proper functioning of the immune system and, therefore, to face the seasonal change towards autumn with high defenses.
We hope you find these recommendations useful. Happy back to school!