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Question: my son is 1year 2months and is suffering from cold and caugh please help with some suggestion
Answer: Before using these remedies make sure your baby are not allergic to anything and any severe throat cough should need medical advice .these remedies might not work well. 1. Eucalyptus oil apply on baby clothes near collar or on dry sheets . Sinarest vapo caps also works well. 2. Sleep the infants with head upwards direction using a soft pillow. 3. Mix 5 to 10 teaspoon of mustard oil with crushed garlic and ajwain seeds and tadka. After it is cooled, strain the mixture and store in a bottle. When needed, warm a little and apply on the child’s chest, forehead and back . 4. Vicks vapour rub(baby rub) for kids rub on the child’s feet and leave the socks on, it can also be applied on chest. 5. Mix the ginger juice with honey make a thin solution of just a quarter tsp of it give it to your toddler above 1 year. 6. You can make tulsi, ginger , cloves tea and give few tsp twice a day to your toddler. 7. Steam in every 3-4 hours. 8. Roast the Ajwain and take a soft muslin cloth and make a potli .. when warm apply gently on chest and back for chest congestion.
Question: Hello Doctor, My son is now 7month suffering from cough please help me to rectify?
Answer: Hello dear. Sorry to hear your babys cough. 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. Take care.
Question: My son is 2.8 yrs old .please tell me what i should include in his diet or provide diet plan .
Answer: Hello dear Healthy food for school-age children includes a wide variety of fresh foods from the five food groups : 1. vegetables 2. fruits 3. grain foods – bread, pasta, breakfast cereals, rice, corn and so on 4. reduced-fat dairy – milk, cheese, yoghurt and so on 5. protein – meat, fish, chicken, eggs, beans, lentils, chickpeas, nuts, tofu and so on.