Cold in children : Most children usually have a cold 6 to 10 times a year. The children who go to kindergarten or primary school reach 12 times a year.
Therefore, if we can not protect our children from the confrontation with viruses, we will increase their body resistance with these healthy habits.
In this article we help to provide the child with solutions to reduce the effects of coughing and colds as good as possible.
Weakness in the immune system
If your baby is always tired, it can be a sign that your immune system is very slow to fight pathogens.
The weaknesses of the sleep deprivation immune system in children
- Babies need up to 18 hours a day
- Toddlers and preschoolers need 12 to 14 hours
- And grade-schoolers should get 10 to 11 hours
Approximately 80% of infectious diseases, including colds, spread through contact and touching objects.
It is therefore very important for children to wash their hands.
When a person drops in the family, be careful about keeping the house clean so other people do not get sick.
Viruses can live up to two hours in cases such as cups, tables, chairs, and towels.
Therefore, disinfect areas and objects that are often touched with whitening or antibacterial tissues.
Teaching children when sneezing and coughing
Teach your child how to use sneezing and coughing and prevent direct contact with their hands.
Otherwise germs will be spread at home.
The following article explains that as soon as children catch colds and cough, they do not try to stop it.
Why so :
Coughing helps your child breathe better by clearing mucus from her airways, so don’t try to stop it.
So come along with us in the next article to become more familiar with coughing and natural ways of coping with it.
collected by :
Dr. Afsaneh Amin Ghafouri