Cough Colds Accompanied By The Body Feels Cold, And Excessive Sweating In Children
Hello, my son aged 2.3 has 2 days cough colds. But this morning his body was cold but he was sweating? Is this dangerous? I am worried. thank you
Thank you for the question.
Colds, coughs, body feels cold, and excessive sweating in children the possibility of triggers can be many, for example allergies or respiratory tract irritation, viral or bacterial infections, foreign body aspiration, bronchitis, pneumonia, and so on.
In general, as long as it's not accompanied by tightness, high fever, vomiting, the child is less active, and so on, your child's condition is not dangerous. It's better if you don't worry too much about this condition. To improve, you can do it first:
Give your child more warm water and foods that are brothful, don't be too oily, take away, let alone artificial sweeten. Between meals, also give him lots of fruits that are rich in vitamin C. Keep the child away from cold (including cold food and drinks, air conditioning or fans that are too cold), smoke, pollution, dust, and other things that can aggravate the cough and runny nose Dry your child in the morning sun to melt mucus in his nose and throat Do not carelessly give the child medicine without doctor's advice Give him comfortable clothes and warm the body Keep each child in contact with the child always clean, wash your hands diligently If in more than 3 days your child's complaints do not improve, if other signs of danger appear as mentioned above, or if your child and / or you are at risk of contracting COVID-19 (for example due to staying or having gone to an area with a COVID-19 outbreak, and being out of contact with patients or suspected COVID-19 ), you better check with your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician to be treated further ...
Hope this helps ...