Causes And Ways To Deal With Persistent Cough In Children Aged 5 Years With Bronchial Asthma?
my son 5 years said the doctor had bronchial asthma he often coughs a cold a month there must be an illness … even though I have been using a purple inhaler 5 months in a row n said the doctor coughing because of allergies … I asked why my child if coughing would keep on coughing snot stopped coming out so it feels right when coughing hurts so much until his children cry … Oy the doctor had suggested what vaccine is needed?
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Asthma in children can be very annoying. Airway children with asthma are more sensitive. Allergies and respiratory tract infections, including triggers that often cause asthma attacks. For that, all sources of allergies must be eliminated or at least minimized. Allergens or allergens that most often trigger the airways are house dust mites. To eliminate them, dust in the house must be as minimal as possible. Home furnishings must be maintained so as not too much or crowded, especially in children's rooms. Every piece of furniture must be wiped away so it doesn't store dust. Avoid furniture with carvings because it can leave dust that is difficult to remove. The house must be mopped at least 2 times a day. Avoid dolls or clothes made from wool. At home, you should not use carpets that can contain dust. If forced, dust on the carpet needs to be vacuumed or the carpet needs to be cleaned periodically. Pay attention to curtains and blankets in children's rooms, curtains (curtains) and blankets need to be washed regularly so as not to store dust. At home, no one can smoke, not even on the terrace. Also avoid other burning fumes. If there is a fan in a child's room, the fan needs to be kept so as not to dust. If there is air conditioning, it needs to be cleaned periodically so that no dust is stored.
Giving vaccines can be very helpful for children with asthma. As I have mentioned, infection, especially in the airways, is one of the most common triggers for asthma recurrence. With vaccines, respiratory infections can be treated better, so asthma is not expected to recur frequently. You should follow the doctor's advice and follow the vaccine according to the recommended schedule. Don't forget to control your doctor regularly. The child needs to be examined whether the asthma experienced is improving or worsening, so that the doctor can provide appropriate advice. If necessary, your doctor may refer your child to a pediatrician.
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