Question: Home remedies for coman cold in 10 month old baby
First of all please avoid using of Vicks vapor on babies chest or any where as it is not recommended to use on chest specifically it dryups the cough which is really very harmful as my paediatric recommended...n it is banned in most of countries.......Dis is for all mommies whose babies are suffering from cold cough, consult doc first hve medicines along with medicines do some simple home remedies like Vaporizer,ShowerInfant, chest rubInfant, saline solution,Breast milk....Run the shower to make the bathroom steamy. Carry your baby into the steamy bathroom, staying there for about 10 to 15 minutes. Supervise the baby at all times during the steaming, and make sure the baby is clear of the direct path of the steam, which should loosen congestion, making it easier for the baby to spit it out.....Give the baby a soothing bath in warm water. Make sure the water will not burn the baby. The hot water will loosen the baby's mucus, making it easier for her to spit it out...Run a vaporizer in the baby's room to create steam. Supervise the baby while the vaporizer is running, ensuring none of the baby's limbs are exposed to the steam. The vapors will loosen the baby's mucus, allowing him to spit it out more easily....Rub the baby's chest with an infant chest rub from the local drugstore....rub mustard oil and garlic solution not hot but warm into the chest, and the aromatherapy, combined with the massaging action, should help loosen the mucus so the baby can spit it out.....Drop one or two drops of infant saline spray you can buy at a local drugstore into the baby's nostrils. Do one nostril at a time, and insert the liquid with a dropper, while the baby is lying down or gently tilted backward. The liquid will help soften hard mucus. Gently remove loosened mucus with a bulb syringe...and at last feed him frequent so that he will get stomach filld and pass stool many times mocus also cames along with stool.....I do all those first day when my baby looks like hvin cold......
Question: Home remedies for cold and cough. (18 month old baby)
Answer: Dear as season is changing you must take extra care of your baby and try to wear him full clothes. Here are few tips that can help you;
Place a humidifier in the room so that it is easier for the child to breathe. It helps to keep the room moist and prevent the formation of crusty mucus in your baby’s nose. You can also try giving light steam to your baby. Inhaling steam helps to clear nasal blockage and makes the baby sleep better but isn’t so easy to make a baby inhale steam. You can also use your bathroom as a steam room. Turn on the geyser and once the water is hot, turn on the tap and keep the door closed. Sit with your baby in the bathroom for at least 10-15 minutes.
Just tie 7 garlic pods in a small piece of cloth and tie them around the baby’s neck at night.
Massage your baby’s chest with lukewarm mustard oil mixed with garlic cloves. Babies love to be massaged and massaging with this oil provides warmth to your baby’s body.
Carom seeds or ajwain can be heated and tied in a clean fresh cotton handkerchief like a potli. Now use this potli as a hot compress on your baby’s chest and back. This potli can also be kept in the sleeping bag or near the head of your baby so he gets the smell throughout the night.
Just rub a piece of nutmeg (jaiphal) on the grinding stone and mix this powder with 2 teaspoons of cow milk. Now apply this paste on the forehead of your child.
Question: Home remedies for cold n cough 3 month old baby
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Sorry to hear your babys cough and cold. Here are a few tips:
Make sure the baby gets plenty of rest.
Offer extra breastfeeds or bottle feeds. Your baby will need plenty of fluids to fight off the infection .
Give the correct dose of medicines.
Use a humidifier for the room.
Run a hot shower, close the door, and sit inside with your child for 15 minutes before bed and again for 15 minutes in the morning. The steam helps loosen chest and nasal congestion, making it easier for kids tocough or blow it out.