Children’s Summer Diseases Are Easy To See

Sunstroke, boils, diarrhea, malaria ... are children's diseases that can be encountered in the summer and you can completely help prevent them in a number of simple and effective ways.
Sun stroke
Summer can be great for kids because it's not learning and just having fun makes them excited. Children tend to drink less water and lose their appetite. This leads to dehydration and weakness and fever.
Vomiting, nausea, headache, fatigue, and cramps are all symptoms of heatstroke in your child to be recognized quickly

Early treatment can help prevent consequences.


Children's Summer Diseases Are Easy To See


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Acne
Summer often has some "hot" foods that children are very fond of. In addition, the child sweats during play, which allows the bacteria to enter the pores. This bacterium, along with dirt and agitation hormones involved in baby development and many other causes, results in pimples. The only way to avoid boils or at least manage them is to stay clean and keep your skin dry.
Water-related diseases
You can only control what children eat and drink at home, not what they eat and drink outside. As a result, children are susceptible to water-related diseases such as jaundice, dysentery, typhoid and cholera
These diseases occur from eating or drinking water contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms.


Children's Summer Diseases Are Easy To See

We cannot protect children completely, but we can educate them about the health risks from eating and drinking at sidewalk restaurants.
Malaria
Hot temperature is the factor that increases insect production. When children play outdoors, children are easily bitten by mosquitoes even with mosquito repellent because summer sweat will wash away even the best anti-mosquito cream. Mosquitoes are the main culprits of malaria, but there are also ticks and blood-eating insects. A good solution is to make sure the play area is disinfected regularly.
Recommendation:
To avoid summer sickness, you need to make sure your child has a diet rich in water and high in fiber foods. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, avoid spicy and oily foods. Always wear appropriate clothing, preferably cotton.


Children's Summer Diseases Are Easy To See

Use sprays, mosquito repellants, and foods that boost the immune system. Teach children how to deal with excessive sweating. And most of all, teach your kids how to stay clean during the summer months.
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