Cold virus bacteria can’t see, touch or smell, but they are so powerful and pervasive. The mother should put a piece of anti-virus “armor” on the baby in order to prevent the baby from suffering from a cold at the turn of winter and spring. Colds are common in winter and spring. Six reminders for mom.
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1. Is the air and temperature suitable?
There are many mosquitoes in summer, and the baby’s skin is delicate, which is most likely to provoke mosquitoes. Some mothers have to close the doors and windows to prevent mosquitoes from invading. But the indoor temperature gradually rises, and the baby is too hot, so the mother has to turn on the fan and turn on the air conditioner. If you don’t pay attention, the baby is most likely to catch cold at this time. How should the air and temperature be controlled?
Maintain indoor air circulation
The room should be ventilated frequently to ensure air circulation, so as to reduce the density of indoor bacteria. In addition, although summer is very hot, try not to let your baby stay in an air-conditioned room for a long time. In the air-conditioned environment, the doors and windows are often closed, the indoor air is not fresh, and the oxygen is thin. The baby is prone to “air-conditioning disease”. He often goes in and out indoors and outdoors, and the baby is also easy to catch a cold because of the temperature difference.
Increase or decrease clothes properly and timely
After the baby’s game, he often sweats profusely. At this time, the mother should help the baby change or increase or decrease clothes in time. The baby must be dried in time after sweating, and avoid letting him catch cold. Here’s a little advice for parents, that is, you can put a small towel behind your baby before his activities and take it out after sweating and wetting, so as to avoid repeated changing clothes.
Page 1: is the air and temperature suitable? Page 2: does the baby pay attention to hygiene? Page 3: are clothes and bedding clean?
Page 4: is nutrition balanced? Page 5: do you have enough rest? Page 6: keep your distance?
Page 1: is the air and temperature suitable?
Page 2: does the baby pay attention to hygiene?
Page 3: are clothes and bedding clean?
Page 4: is nutrition balanced?
Page 5: do you have enough rest?
Page 6: keep your distance?