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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

10 Tips to Overcome SICK CHILDREN AT HOME


shutterstock_217068745 (1) copyFor parents, nothing is more disturbing than to see their child in pain. Do not panic. Trust your instincts as a parent. But be wary if at any time require the help of health professionals. Some of the danger signs in children include: decreased appetite, irritability, weakness, shortness of breath, rash, stiff neck, convulsions, high fever, and urinating less.


Here are 10 symptoms of the disease is most often found in children as well as actions that can be done at home.

Nausea and vomiting

Babies often vomit after eating, but severe vomiting or constantly require evaluation by a physician. Vomiting with diarrhea virus infection mark. Kehiilangan body fluids from vomiting can lead to dehydration. Therefore, ensure adequate fluid needs of children by providing drinking little by little with the frequency of which is more often than usual. If vomiting does not stop within a few hours or is accompanied by fever (especially in young infants) or the child does not want to drink, immediately contact your doctor.

Nasal congestion

If children have the flu, they usually complain of a stuffy nose. Do not give cold medicines are sold freely on the market in children under 4 years of age. Can try to shed a saline solution (sold in pharmacies) into the child's nose to thin the mucus and then sucked by the aspirator / bulb syringe (also sold in pharmacies). Can also use a vaporizer / vaporizer to help the child breathe at night.

bloating

Burping, crying, and flatulence can be a sign of flatulence. Flatulence is not the same as abdominal pain, which can make children cry and can not be appeased. Because the stomach gas usually comes from swallowed air, try to feed the child slowly and let the child burp in between meals. Flatulence can also come from foods that are high in fiber or high in fat, or it could be due to drinking too much juice.

Pain during teething

At about the age of six months, the child's first teeth will begin to appear on the gums. Pain in the gums when teething can make children cranky. Pain can be alleviated by giving the children something to chew on. Massage the child's gums with a finger can also help.

abdominal pain

Crying that can not be appeased, back arched backwards, and vomiting are symptoms of indigestion. This could be caused by colic, gastroesophageal reflux, intolerance, virus, or other causes. Most abdominal pain is harmless and can disappear. If not better, atai vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, or fever, call your doctor immediately.

Cough

Cough in infants can vary. Such as seals barking cough can be caused by croup. Cough with fever usually is not too high because of the flu, but if high fever, pneumonia, or they could be also due to the flu. Cough with breathing wheezing (wheezing) marks asthma or infections. Infants with pertussis will have whooping cough (whooping cough). Cool-mist humidifier can relieve symptoms of cough. Do not give cough medicines are sold freely on the market in children under 4 years of age.

Rash

Babies have sensitive skin. The rash can vary from small reddish bumps (milia) to red plaques, dry, itching (eczema). To prevent diaper rash, change diapers more often, and apply a moisturizer to protect the skin. In eczema, avoid soaps made from hard and keep the skin moist. Most rashes are not dangerous, but do not hesitate to contact a doctor if the rash cause pain, or accompanied by fever or skin blisters.

Constipation

Some babies defecate several times a day, several other babies could be several days. Do not worry. Constipation is when stool hard and child in pain during defecation. Doctors may suggest to augment drinking water or fruit juice consumption. If constipation occurs continuously and followed by other symptoms such as abdominal pain or vomiting, contact your doctor immediately.

Fever

In newborns, fever, though not high, it can be a sign of a serious infection. Contact your doctor immediately if infants under 3 months have a rectal temperature of 38 ° C or higher, or if infants aged 3-6 months has a temperature of 38.3 ° C or higher. Find whether there is pain around the ears, cough, the child looks weak or drowsiness, rash, vomiting, or diarrhea. Soothe baby by giving a drink, a hot shower, and dress the thin and loose. Ask your doctor fever medications what is safe for infants.

Diarrhea

Diarrhea is the most common disease in children. The causes can include infection, intolerance, or too much fruit juice consumption. Until the diarrhea stops, make sure the child's fluid needs are met. If the child is able to eat solid food, avoid milk and its products, avoid the fiber is too high, and avoid greasy foods. Call your doctor if your diarrhea does not improve within 24 hours, infants aged less than 6 months, or is accompanied by other symptoms like fever of 38 ° C or more, vomiting, red or black stools, or abdominal pain.

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