Why Should Not Sunbathing Children Through Glass Doors?

Is sunbathing a child through the glass window effective? how to sunbathe a child in the right way? Listen to the doctor's instructions.
Question:
My daughter was born only 2 months but she has expressed vitamin D deficiency. I read, reported that sunbathing can supplement the amount of vitamin D needed for children but do not sunbathe them through the glass window.
Please ask why this is so and how should I sunbathe my child to synthesize the most vitamin D from sunlight?
(N.T.H - Vinh Phuc)
Sunbathing children properly
Advice of doctors
Vitamin D plays an important role in the development of children's bones and helps them avoid jaundice.
Children absorb 20% of vitamin D from food and 80% is synthesized through the skin from the sun. When the sun comes in contact with the skin, ultraviolet B (UVB) will produce vitamin D, but glass will prevent this UV, so if a child is sunbathed through a glass window, it will not work


The best way for sunbathing for children is to expose their body parts directly to sunlight.


Why Should Not Sunbathing Children Through Glass Doors?

The time when a child can sunbathe is a week after birth and the ideal time for sunbathing in a day is about 6:30 - 7:30 in the summer and from 9-10h or 15-17h in the winter.
Sunbathing time for children can last from 15-30 minutes but should not be longer, each sun bath about 15 days after that give children 10 days off and continue the new cycle.
When sunbathing the youngest babies, it is important to pay attention to gradually exposing each part such as feet, ankles, hands, wrists, back, chest ..., so choose a location with less drafts, do not let sunlight shine. straight into the head, face and eyes to avoid ultraviolet rays that are harmful to children's eyes and brain
After about 20-30 minutes after sunbathing, you can bathe warm water for children.


Why Should Not Sunbathing Children Through Glass Doors?

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