Question: My baby is eight months old he got cold chest is filled with cold even his nose is running eyes are watering how can i cure his cold
Dear Cold and cough are common childhood illness,it can be caused by environment,climate change and cold causing foods, follow these remedies it might be helpful for you...
Breast milk is a natural source of antioxidants,so along with solid ,breast feed your baby as much as you can,will help in controlling cold
Make him to drink water,soups in little lukewarm condition,because it will definitely controls cough and cold
Apply Vick's in betel leaf,show it under lamb for two minutes and then keep that in baby's chest,will help in reducing cold a lot
You can also dry roast a spoon of ajwan seeds with garlic pod, dry roast it,make a pouch,keep near baby when they are sleeping,it reduces all respiratory issues, it is antibacterial and antifungal too...
Boil Tulsi leaves with pepper in a glass of water,if it reduce to half,filter this water and feed them, it is a best remedy , continuous usage of this drink will increases immunity a lot
Heat coconut oil with garlic,pepper,and little turmeric powder,use ts oil and massage in throat,chest for five minutes,it will helps in reducing cough effectively
Follow these tips to get rid of cough and cold..
Question: My baby put in three months eyes watering
Answer: Hi dear, Your baby's tear duct may not fully developed yet. This can cause her eye to be watery. Tears wash over your baby's eyeballs all the time, keeping her eyes moist. The tears are made in glands called lacrimal glands. Your baby has one gland above each of her eyes. Tears from her eyes drained away by a duct that leads to her nose. Babies often born with a duct that us not fully open, so the tears are unable to drain away. Your baby's watery eye should get better on its own in a few weeks, once her tear duct has opened up. You can remove any sticky liquid by bathing her eye with cooled boiled water and cotton wool. Don't worry at all.
Question: My 4 months old baby eyes watering
Answer: Hello dear. Many healthy young infants can have watery or ''mattery'' eyes. It is normal for parents to wonder if their baby has pinkeye or aneye infection. Actually, the usual cause is a small, blocked tear duct. Fortunately, it is harmless and won't affect ur baby's eyes.
A simple remeedy will fix it. Carefully clean the eyelids using a warm, wet washcloth if tears build up and leave crusts. For infants, you may try gently massaging the area 2 to 3 times a day. Using a clean finger, rub the area from the inside corner of the eye toward the nose. This may help to open the tear duct.
Hope this helps.