Additional Vitamins For The Immune System Of Children Aged 11 Months?
my child is 11 months old I want to ask if there are vitamins that can be taken apart from food for my child because my child is low endurance please help
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The immune system or body system of a child or adult is formed starting from the oral cavity, ear, nasal cavity to the immune system in the digestive tract and blood. This immune system works interrelated, so the decline in function will affect the health of the individual concerned.
Someone (child or adult) who is easily sick, it is necessary to identify the cause or trigger, such as:
2. lack of balanced nutritious food intake
3. unhealthy lifestyle, lack of sleep, excessive physical activity, lack of exercise, not getting used to washing hands properly
4. Unhealthy surrounding environment, such as the presence of active smokers at home, clogged gutters, garbage piled up, dirty floors, or unbalanced house ventilation
5. underlying diseases, such as autoimmune diseases, or growth disorders of children
In patients with a decrease in the immune system or often experience pain complaints, it is necessary to ascertain the possible causes and control the causes, so that treatment can be done starting from environmental improvement, improvement in healthy lifestyles, to direct medical treatment.
In connection with the complaints you submit, if your child has low endurance, it is necessary to know the causes and manifestations of complaints encountered. So that if your immune system is low due to frequent digestive disorders, then maintaining food security in food processing, serving food and maintaining hygiene is expected to help improve your child's immune system. In addition, consuming healthy foods and sufficient milk or milk for you is expected to also be able to support growth and increase your immune system.
Therefore, vitamins are not the only solution, but an evaluation of the risks and causes of a decrease in children's endurance that needs to be ascertained, this you can start by consulting directly with your pediatrician. The doctor will conduct an examination and evaluation related to the clinical condition.
Even if your child needs vitamins, then you can provide vitamins in syrp packaging which are sold freely at pharmacies. Don't forget to read the rules of use before using it.
However, if your pediatrician does not recommend giving vitamins, then you can continue your pediatrician's plan with periodic evaluations and consultations.
Thus the info we can convey.