Overcoming The Discharge Of Nasal Mucus Of Children Who Do Not Stop?
Children are often very poor even though they have been given medicine. My child still likes to eat ice cream. What is the solution so that no longer comes out the mucus.
Thank you for the question.
Rhinitis, or coryza, is a condition in which the surface of the membrane in the nose becomes irritated and inflamed, which causes the nose to secrete continuously as a form of protection from the irritation. The following are the causes of irritation and inflammation of the nose:
Viral or bacterial rhinitis, which is an infection of the nasal passages caused by viruses (characterized by clear mucus and can heal on its own) or bacteria (characterized by yellowish green viscous mucus that requires antibiotic treatment). Allergic rhinitis, which is characterized by an allergy to something like dust, cold, and weather changes. Vasomotor rhinitis, rhinitis caused by disorders of the nasal nerves. Rhinitis sicca, rhinitis caused by a dry nose. Flu. Here are the things you can do to deal with the never-ending cold conditions:
Give decongestants that can be bought freely at the pharmacy. Give the child air steam and take a warm bath. Inadequate nutritional needs of children and also fluids. You can give warm soup or warm liquid. Elevate the child's head position to be comfortable breathing. Avoid giving children cold drinks. Clean every room in the house, and avoid the child's exposure to cigarettes. If a cold does not improve within one week, accompanied by shortness of breath, high fever, difficulty sleeping, and do not want to eat, you can see your child to the doctor. Hopefully this information helps and we hope that children get well soon.