After the child has finished eating the horse, it is easy to suffer from stomach problems in the morning.

  There is a saying that is very good, “No sleep at noon, collapse in the afternoon.” A nap can make your child energetic in the afternoon, improve his concentration, and help him learn in the afternoon. However, letting the child eat the lunch and sleeping in the morning is not good for his health.
  Just after lunch, the stomach is full of food, and the digestive system is working hard. At this time, the blood is concentrated in the digestive system, the blood flow slows down, the blood becomes thick, and the blood flow in important parts such as the heart and brain is relatively reduced. It is easy to get stuck at this time. However, if you lie down immediately, your child’s sphincter’s pressure tolerance is limited, it is easy to cause food reflux, gastric juice stimulates the esophagus, causing discomfort, and causing reflux esophagitis.
  In addition, after the child enters the sleep state, the body’s metabolism is slowly reduced, and the digestive system is still in operation. At this time, the nap is easy to affect digestion, which is not conducive to the absorption of food. It is easy to cause stomach disease in the long-term, and also affects the quality of sleep during nap.
  The correct way is to let the child rest for 20 to 30 minutes after lunch. It is best to take a light physical activity such as taking a walk to promote the emptying of the food in the stomach, and then take a nap.
  Parents should be aware that children can not undergo vigorous physical activity after meals, otherwise it will also lead to indigestion. Because intense exercise will force blood to be distributed to the moving organs to meet the needs of exercise, resulting in insufficient blood supply to the gastrointestinal tract and reduced secretion of digestive juice. It can cause diseases such as indigestion and chronic gastroenteritis for a long time. In addition, the stomach is full of food after the meal, it is easy to vibrate during exercise, pulling the mesentery, causing abdominal discomfort, abdominal pain, stomach sag and so on.