Getting sick is a part and parcel of growing up. Furthermore, it helps in building your little one’s immunity to fight off future infections. So if after all the care your child still catches some illness, do not panic. These problems can be sorted very easily with some care and precauting. Parenting can be tough but made easy with some helpful tips. Surely your love and care will heal your darling sooner.
- What can I do about my child’s dry skin?
Coconut oil is one of easiest available nature’s moisturizer.
Massage a thin layer of coconut oil throughout the body after bath.
If you feel it might be very oily after bath, it can be applied several hours before bath and washed off completely.
- How do I relief my child’s cough?
Honey coats and soothes the throat and helps tame a cough. A few small studies suggest honey can ease coughing and help children sleep better overnight.
Give your child 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of honey. Some people mix honey with hot water and a squeeze of lemon, which adds a little vitamin C.Because honey is sticky, have your child brush his teeth after he takes it, especially if you give it to him at bedtime.
- What is good in diarrhoea for my child?
Home-made ORS is the most effective and least expensive way to manage dehydration.
Dissolve 6 teaspoons of sugar and ½ teaspoon of salt in 1 litre water. Give this solution to your child to drink after every 2 hours.
- How to relief constipation in kids?
Boost your child’s fiber intake. Give her plenty of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Offer apricots, plums, peas, beans, broccoli and, of course, prunes. If she doesn’t like the taste of prunes, try adding prune juice to her milk: Just 1 ounce of prune juice in half a cup of milk is very effective.
- How to settle my child’s stomach ache?
Placing a hot water bottle or heating pad on your little one’s tummy while he’s sitting or lying down should relieve some of the pain. The reason: “Heat increases the blood flow to the skin surface, which can diminish the perception of pain coming from deeper in the abdomen,”.
Hope these tips on how to take care of your child will help you keep your child at bay from any illness make parenting easy for you. Stay well!