Babies often have colds and fevers, is this normal?

time:2022-12-05 04:48:44source:monlittlebaby.com author:Emergency treatment
Babies often have colds and fevers, is this normal?

As soon as the baby is sick, there are two villains fighting in the parents' hearts: old cold, is it because of poor immunity? The baby's immunity can be depended on, can you eat it? The above questions, Xiaonan will answer them one by one; sit in a row, ask and answer quickly. What is a weak immune system? Babies have a cold and a fever ≠ low immunity. With these manifestations, it may be a low immunity: 1. Frequent sickness + obviously backward growth and development. 2. Every time you get sick, you have to take medicine, infusion or even hospitalization for a long time to get better, instead of "no medicine for 7 days" like other little friends. 3. Any illness is a serious infection, such as meningitis, pneumonia, etc. 4. For each bacterial infection, antibiotics are used for ≥2 months, and there is no effect. In short, except for atopic diseases such as allergies and chronic diseases such as developmental abnormalities, most babies have normal immunity. Parents thought it was due to low immunity, but in fact they didn't even touch the "threshold". Babies catch a cold ten or eight times a year, is it normal? normal. Babies <6 years old have an average of 6-8 colds per year. Especially in the peak period of illness when I just started kindergarten, it is normal to get sick 1-2 times a month. In short, all the babies in your family and mine are like this, so why worry. Why do babies love being sick so much? 1. After 6 months, the antibodies from the mother have disappeared, and the autoimmune function has not yet matured, and the immunity is relatively weak. 2. After 6 months, there are more opportunities to be exposed to the outside world = more opportunities to be exposed to pathogens. Why can't immunity depend on eating health supplements? 1. The baby's immunity is developed by constantly practicing with minor illnesses. 2. The role of health care products is extremely limited, and at most it is the icing on the cake. 3. Abusing health products may interfere with the ability of the immune system to recognize and remove external pathogens, making it easier to get sick. Here's how to really boost your immunity:
  • Keep breastfeeding.
  • 2. Get vaccinated on time, and if conditions permit, you can also vaccinate with several important second-class vaccines. 3, the law of life, develop good sleep, eating habits. 4. Ensure adequate drinking water. 5, appropriate outdoor sports. 6. Keep the home ventilated and pay attention to environmental hygiene. 7. Don’t go to public places with many people and poor ventilation. If a child who goes to school is sick or someone in the class is sick, you can suspend school for a few days. 8. If there is an underlying disease, treat it in time. Eat well, sleep well, exercise well, the baby is healthy, and parents are less entangled.
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