A sick child has no appetite and refuses to eat … This situation though psychologically sad for the relatives is generally understandable. Any adult is aware that it is temporary, that the disease is to blame. Memories from one’s own “painful” experience help to calm down: When I’m as sick, I do not want to eat too.
Completely different thoughts appear in the minds of loving parents when there’s no any sign of an illness and no appetite as well. The uncertainty scares. In fact, loss of appetite is completely physiological, i.e. normal, natural.
To understand this, you should know and consider factors that …» Continue Reading: 3 Main Factors Child’s Appetite Depends on