Ways to treat summer allergies


Summer allergies in children

Do you know what you can do for your child if he or she has a summer allergy? In this article, we will introduce you to some of these allergies that may affect your child, and of course, the ways to treat it.

Summer cold (allergy due to allergies)

If your child has sneezing, burning eyes, and runny nose without a cold, it means he or she has a summer cold.

Professor Ambryl air pollutants Research Center says usually cold summer in children under 2 years do not look, this is sensitive, so children before they react to pollen, must be faced.


Summer colds are usually longer than the common cold, and you will notice that they get worse when you take the baby out.

Keep them away from freshly pruned grass and grass. Always keep car windows closed, use air conditioners, air conditioners, and filters for pollutants. Avoid taking your baby out early in the morning and in the afternoon when the amount of plant particles and pollen is at a maximum. Wash your baby’s hands regularly to prevent pollen from getting into his eyes. Lubricate your baby’s nostrils with a little Vaseline so that the pollen does not enter his or her airway. Always get the latest weather forecast from the news.

Asthma attacks

If your child has asthma, summer infection and pollination can make the symptoms worse. A nurse at an asthma center says the heat and dryness of the air can trigger an asthma attack because it increases the rate of infection as in When a storm occurs, the number of air particles will be high.

Asthma attack time

Give the child an asthma spray immediately.

* Help the child to sit up straight and breathe slowly.

After 5 to 10 minutes, the child should be able to breathe normally, if he can not call the emergency medical center.

* Use the spray twice (once every minute for 5 minutes) until help arrives.

Summer allergies in children

Inflammation of the skin in summer

Because your baby’s sweat glands are still developing, when your baby sweats, these glands are closed by bacteria and dead skin cells, and your baby may sweat. You can bathe your baby with lukewarm water to prevent infection. Use baby creams and lotions.


Summer fruits and allergies

Even if your child does not normally like fruit, delicious summer fruits such as kiwi and berries can tempt him, which is exactly what allergies are in these fruits, especially the allergy to kiwi, which is very common. Symptoms of this allergy include burning and itching, mouth sores, swollen lips, shortness of breath, and in more severe cases, loss of consciousness. Symptoms of allergies to strawberries and chard are usually itchy, swollen lips, and tongue.

Insect bites and stings

Bites are a painful shock for children that are fortunately soon forgotten, but for some people, the bite can be the beginning of an allergy. Anyone can be allergic to a bee sting or a yellow bee, but people with Them are more prone to asthma.


Complications of the bite

* Itching all over the body.

* skin inflammation.

Swelling and shortness of breath.

* feeling irritated.

Cramp’s abdomen and felt sick.


Treatment of bites

If your child is severely impatient, be sure to seek medical help or medical attention, but if your child does not have severe allergies, try: If you are at home, use a cold water compress with diluted vinegar for yellow bee stings and to treat stings. Bee honey poultice of water and sodium bicarbonate produced and put on the site of the bite and when you’re outdoors and outdoor special spray stung with you. The bee sting remains on the surface of the skin. In this case, carefully remove the sting with the help of clean nails or tweezers, you should not press the bite site, this will cause the venom to spread more.


Ways to avoid allergies

Breast milk provides the most protection to prevent the development of allergies in the baby because it helps to strengthen the immune system of children. If the baby really has a summer fever, keep him at home, keep the doors and windows closed and Slow down his speed. In this case, you will notice that he feels better in about 15 minutes. The beach is one of the places where the risk of summer fever is higher, it is also better to stay away from the greenery. Cool clothes and linen prevent children from sweating.

In 95% of cases, pollination of plants causes a common allergy to summer fever in the early years of life. It is not bad to know that the pollination season is usually from early June to late September.


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The importance of child nutrition during recovery


Tips to consider when feeding a sick child:

Wash your baby’s hands and face before feeding, as this will make the baby feel comfortable

* Feeding a sick child is difficult and tedious and you should try to feed the child with a lot of patience.

Always encourage your child to eat during illness.


* Even if the child eats a small amount of food, it is better not to eat anything.

* Do not feed the child while he is drowsy.

* Eat more foods that your child likes in health.

* Eat foods that are soft and they need not have to chew, such as soup, porridge, or cereal to baby

* Use a little milk to soften the food.


Do not force the child to eat as it may cause nausea or food to enter the child’s airways.

If your baby has a stuffy nose, clean his nose first before feeding.

* Give the child more food than before during the illness, for this you should increase the frequency of meals.


The importance of child nutrition during recovery

The recovery period begins when the symptoms of the disease gradually disappear and the patient recovers. Unlike during the illness when the child is very anorexic, during the recovery period, his appetite clearly increases. This is the best time to compensate. It is the weight lost by the child that you must take advantage of this opportunity and give him more food.


Remember that in the recovery period:

* Increase the number of meals for the baby (give the baby 6 meals instead of 5)

* Give each child more food than before.

* Prepare stronger baby food than before. You can increase the energy of baby food by adding a tablespoon of butter or oil.

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