Views: 54 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2023-03-03 Origin: Site
Swinging is something that many children like because it is very interesting, but did you know that swinging can actually train our vestibular sense, but how does swinging train vestibular sense?
The vestibular sense is primarily responsible for managing the sensation of body balance and movement. If the vestibular sense is poor, it may lead to physical instability and form a restless phenomenon. The vestibule also includes all the organs related to language development, so if the vestibular sensation is poor, language ability will inevitably be hindered.
When swinging, children are required to control their bodies to maintain a certain posture. In the process of children swinging, it can make the child's vestibular system organize information more completely, and can also promote the soundness of the child's balance nervous system. Repeated swinging can strengthen the inherent balance and coordinate the development of bilateral muscles. Swinging is a better choice for training vestibular sense.
In addition to training children's vestibular sense, swinging can also train children's sense of touch. For example, you can change the person behind and push the child without realizing it. The child focuses on the situation around him, and it is difficult to find that the person behind has changed. Let the child try to contact strangers without knowing it.
Swinging can also exercise children's vision. When children are swinging, they need to perceive the distance between themselves and the ground or in front of them. At the beginning, the child can perceive the distance with the help of the parents, but after the parents let go, they have to rely on themselves. Therefore, in this process, the child's own sense of distance can be cultivated. In order not to let himself fall to the ground, the child also needs to concentrate.
Generally speaking, swinging is a very good thing to help children grow up healthily and happily, so you can let your children swing more often.