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Question: What are the home remedies for cold?
Following are a few remedies that can help your baby
Slice up a fresh onion and keep in near your baby sulfur content in onion draws out mucus and fluid in your body
Run a humidifier through the room to help moisten the air and help baby breathe
You may keep a bowl of hot water with 3-4 drops of eucalyptus oil to it to help relieve congestion
Saline water drops
1-2 drops in each nostril shall help loosen up the mucus and expel it from your babys body
Add 1-2 drops of eucalyptus oil to a tissue paper and keep it near baby to help breathe
Elevate your babys head with the help of a pillow to help him breathe and drain down mucus
Add 2 spoons of ajwain to a cotton cloth heat it on a tava and check on your inner wrist for temperature is mild warm apply on your baby's chest ,neck and nose
Gently dab for 3-5 mins and cover your baby, hold him upright and gently Pat his back to break congestion
Question: I am in 9 months ,i have cold ..what to do for that in home remedies
Answer: Hello dear..
Cold and cough can cause due to climate changes,food allergy and environmental conditions,home remediesfor cold and cough are as follows..
Boil Tulsi leaves with little pepper and water,hen it reduces to half,have that water for one week,it will be more effective in reducing cough
Have vapourisation with little. Tulsi leaves or Vick's,it will reduce cold and cough
Drink water,soups ,milk in warm temperature..
Have milk with little pepper powder and palm sugar,best remedy for cold,can also have egg with little pepper and salt, for couple of days it will be effective
You can drink chicken soup it will cure cold and cough soon..
Question: Home remedies for cold
Answer: Hello dear.
Sorry to hear your babys 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.
Giving your little one plenty of fluids helps to prevent dehydration, thin mucus secretions and prevents the mouth and throat from getting too dry. Staying well hydrated also helps your baby cough up the phlegm more easily. Breast milk, formula, plain water, juice and warm soup are all good choices.