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Sooner or later, parents will begin to worry about how to teach their children to blow their nose. Accumulation of mucus in the nose can lead to health problems. There are several effective ways that you should definitely try.
A child is the greatest value in the life of parents. Young children constantly need their care and support. Especially during illness. Discomfort is brought even by a common cold, which is accompanied by a runny nose. How to treat a runny nose in children at different ages can be found in the article: How to cure a runny nose in children quickly and effectively. Kids up to 3 years old do not know how to blow their nose on their own – to rid the nose of mucus is possible only using special tools.
Sooner or later, parents will begin to worry about how to teach their children to blow their nose. Accumulation of mucus in the nose can lead to health problems. It’s not just about accuracy – it’s difficult for a child to breathe, and bacteria multiply in the nasal passages. There are several effective ways that you should definitely try. Their effectiveness is largely dependent on age. Continue reading
Some mothers are horrified when they see blood from the nose of their child. Others may already get used to the frequent occurrence in the house. In such an incident, it’s correct to remain calm. The child is watching your reaction. When you are overly restless, this is passed on to him. We need to sound the alarm and what are the ways to stop the nose from bleeding in a child.
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How to relate to the problem? To sound the alarm or nothing to worry. It all depends on the cause of nosebleeds or how doctors call them epistaxis.
Room air is too dry. The mucous membrane dries up in the nose, crusts form. They begin to interfere and the child tears them off, bleeding begins. Humidify the air in the house. Teach your child how to clean a dry spout. You need to wet the handkerchief and gently soak the crusts.
Another reason why the baby is bleeding from the nose is a strong cough, cry, or scream. Pressure affects blood vessels. Continue reading
Measles is such an infectious disease that it is ill at almost any age. If the child is not vaccinated, then they often become ill at the age of 1 to 5 years. Babies are ill very rarely up to a year, because they have a small number of external contacts and they still retain passive immunity, which they received from their mother during intrauterine development. From ancient times, measles was considered an extremely dangerous disease due to high mortality, especially among children. Not so long ago in the Russian Empire, almost every fifth sick child suffered from measles, and the disease itself was better known as the plague.
Against measles, various preventive measures began in 1916. But morbidity and deaths decreased hundreds of times only after a measles vaccine was developed.
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