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Increase the child's resistance at the seasonal delivery weather

Children have immature immune systems, so they are very susceptible to respiratory diseases such as flu, colds, pneumonia, bronchitis, and some digestive infections... Especially near Tet, when the weather turns cold, more habits are added. Changes in activities and eating habits during the long vacation make children more susceptible to illness. Therefore, the solution to increasing children's resistance to reducing the risk of disease is the concern of many parents.

Increase the child's resistance at the seasonal delivery weather

1/13/2023 10:43:27 AM

Why is it essential to increase children's resistance when changing seasons?

Resistance or immunity of the body is the ability to defend against the invasion of harmful agents such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites ... when the resistance is reduced, the body will be susceptible to infections. Therefore, increasing the resistance of children at this time will help the child's body fight pathogens, limit the risk of disease and reduce complications.

This is also essential for children to develop a healthy and solid foundation for future health. In particular, young children with immature immune systems are very susceptible to diseases when the weather changes to hot and cold seasons.

Experts reveal the five most effective ways to increase resistance

There are many ways to help improve the child's immune system, and parents can effectively combine the following lifestyle, diet, and resistance-enhancing ways:

1) Nutrition:

For newborn babies: Give your baby a lot of breast milk because breast milk also contains a rich source of antibodies that can help babies avoid many diseases. Many studies have proven that breast milk can prevent allergies and illnesses, protect babies from harmful bacteria and viruses, and support the undeveloped immune system of babies... Breast milk can protect against infections and boost the baby's immune system.

Breastfeed exclusively for the first six months and extend to 24 months to help increase the child's resistance in the best way.

For children one year of age and older:

- Give your child enough water to drink

- Enhance zinc-rich foods such as shrimp, crab, animal liver, beef, and cereals, ...

- Add vegetables and fruits that contain a lot of vitamins C and E to help strengthen the immune system, help with laxatives, and avoid constipation in children. Beans and, whole grains, yogurt... also help increase children's resistance

- Citrus fruits such as grapefruit, orange, and lemon, ... are rich sources of vitamin C. Drinking other juices also helps you strengthen your resistance during the epidemic season.

- Parents also need to practice for their baby a healthy lifestyle: make sure the baby gets enough sleep on time; exercises the body regularly; Sunbathe to absorb vitamin D,...

2) Vaccinate fully and on time:

Immunization is the most scientific and practical measure to help increase your baby's resistance.

3) Keep the environment clean:

Keep the living environment clean to exclude pathogens from the baby's environment. It is well-ventilated and clean; open the window during the day to let in the fresh wind and warm sunshine for the baby.

4) No smoking:

Adults should avoid smoking when children are around. To prevent the risk of children being exposed to tobacco smoke, which will harm the baby's resistance. In addition, you should teach your child to practice good hygiene habits, bathe regularly, and brush his teeth clean to prevent bacteria that cause infections, making children susceptible to diseases.

5) Regularly let children exercise their bodies:

Letting your baby ride a bicycle, swim, kick a soccer ball, etc., will help them eat more, be active, active, and significantly strengthen effective natural antibodies.

6) Practice for children to go to bed early and get enough sleep:

Sleep for children plays a significant role in strengthening and improving children's resistance. Lack of sleep makes the baby more susceptible to disease by reducing the innate immune cells and making the child uncomfortable and mentally ill.

The above are effective and safe ways to increase immunity for children. However, resistance can only improve after a while because this is a long process that must be regularly maintained. For the body to have a healthy immune system and reduce the risk of illnesses, parents should combine a good diet and living habits for their children. Parents should take their children for regular health check-ups to help them understand the physical development of their children.

CarePlus International Clinic is one of the prestigious addresses for parents to consult for periodic health checkups for their children. It helps to check the indicators of height, weight, respiratory function, hearing, and vision, ... through developmental milestones. From there, the doctor will diagnose several dangerous diseases and, at the same time, advise on a scientific diet to help your child improve his physical strength and resistance to get the best health and comprehensive development.

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