How To Deal With Nasal Congestion In Infants Aged One Month?
Tonight, I winda. Last month I was born sc. A week at home, my child has a nasal congestion until today. + sugar. My mistake, I caught a spoonful of spoons even though a little. My nose immediately clogged up my child’s nose. I was worried that my child who had a blocked nose wasn’t missing until now. I have a history of nasal congestion that hasn’t been cured for a long time. Does this have anything to do with my sinusitis that spreads to my child and my husband? not clogged anymore. the problem is that it’s still small to sleep like it’s hard to breathe.
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Basically, what you consume will most likely not affect the occurrence of nasal congestion in your child (even if your child drinks your milk though). Allergic reactions in infants that occur due to food / drinks consumed by the mother are very rare.
Nasal congestion is a very common symptom and is very common. There are several things that most often cause this, including:
the air is too dry
respiratory tract irritation (for example due to cigarette smoke, strong odors, air pollution, dust, etc.)
All three of the above are far more often cause nasal congestion in infants than are allergic to certain foods eaten by the mother. The following are some things you can try to do:
spray the child's nose using saline spray and suction by using a nasal aspirator specifically for babies
install a humidifier in the baby's bedroom
clean the baby's bedroom from dust
avoid using perfume or body lotion with a smell that is too sharp
avoid smoking near the baby (preferably if you smoke also change clothes and wash your hands before handling the baby)
avoid taking the baby to places where the air pollution is high
If indeed you see your baby having difficulty breathing, take your baby to the pediatrician for further evaluation and management.
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