Three key points for children’s health in autumn

Three key points for children’s health in autumn

The temperature in the fall is changing, and the weather changes have increased the number of paediatric outpatients and hospitalizations by half.

If preventive work is not done, children in the fall are most likely to cause colds, diarrhea, tonsillitis, bronchitis and pneumonia.

  Experts remind that it is necessary to increase or decrease the clothes for children according to the characteristics of the climate, and pay attention to the children’s daily diet, not overeating.

In order to prevent tonsillitis, you should try to avoid your child’s cold, while increasing your child’s nutrition and strengthening resistance.

Many children may also cause bronchitis and even pneumonia after a cold. Parents should not take the medicine to the child at this time, so that they missed the treatment opportunity and caused the illness to worsen.

  The three main points of children’s autumn health care: · Strengthening nutrition After entering the autumn, people’s digestive function is automatically adjusted to the optimal level, so the nutrient supply should be strengthened to add “oil” to the child’s growth.

Meat, eggs, milk, etc. are indispensable, and fruits and vegetables should also be increased. It is a reasonable match between staple food and non-staple food, glutinous and vegetarian, coarse and fine, dry and thin.

  · Timely deworming Although children will suffer from worm eggs in all seasons, they have the most opportunities in summer.

In the autumn, taking anthelmintic drugs (such as intestinal worms) can kill them all at once, leaving no trouble.

  · Prevention of diarrhea Rotavirus often attacks the child’s digestive tract in the fall and causes diarrhea, called “autumn diarrhea.”

Parents should help children pay attention to food hygiene, do not eat cold food, and make toys and utensils regularly boiled and disinfected.

At the same time, do a good job in environmental sanitation, eliminate the spread of viruses such as flies, the carrier of germs.

In addition, the sick child was immediately isolated and treated, and the excretion was handled to prevent healthy children from coming into contact with the sick child.