When the baby is sick, the body's immunity itself is poor. When the surrounding environment is too dry or the air is not circulating, the baby's nasal mucosa will become dry and sensitive. At this time, it is very vulnerable to the attack of bacteria and viruses, aggravating the disease.
So mothers should pay attention to the humidity of the room. Our recommended humidity is about 50%. Before going to bed can be appropriate use of humidifier, remember humidifier must add pure water or cool boiled water. Just close it before the baby goes to bed. At the same time, it is also very important to keep air circulation.
[taking medicine at an incorrect time]
Most mothers have faced the dilemma of their baby having a fever in the middle of the night. "It's OK during the day after taking the medicine. How can they have a fever in the middle of the night?". In the long run, many mothers are afraid to go to bed at night for fear that the baby will have problems. Has mom ever thought about whether it has something to do with the time of taking medicine for her baby.
If we are required to take a certain drug four times a day, mom usually interprets it as' after three meals plus before going to bed '. So it's usually 9:00 in the morning, 1:00 for lunch, 6:00 for dinner and 10:00 before bed, four times in total.
In fact, taking the medicine four times a day tells us that the most important information is that we need to take it four times in 24 hours, and each time we take it, the effect can last about 6 hours. Just imagine that if we take medicine for our baby at 10:00 p.m., we may have a fever again at 3-5 p.m. Therefore, we should adjust the medication mode of "four times a day" to 6:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 midnight
For the '3 times a day' drug, it is also best to give the baby once every 8 hours.
If the mother is worried that taking medicine at night will affect the baby's sleep, we can use a spare antipyretic plug.