The Feet Of 12 Month Olds Are Often Cold?
Hello … I want to ask my child, now he is 12 months old, his feet are often cold even though he is wearing socks that feel the outside is still cold to penetrate the feet, why is this? I’m worried that even during the day like that r n – what sign? r nThank you
cold feet in a 12 month old child can be caused by a variety of causes. From the circumstances that your child is experiencing, it may be due to dehydration. Dehydration is a condition where the child is dehydrated. Lack of body fluids can be caused by various things such as diarrhea, vomiting, vomiting, lack of food / drink intake. Dehydration in children can cause cold toes and hands. In addition, dehydration can also cause children to look limp, dry lips, and cold skin.
In addition, cold on children's feet can also be caused by other causes such as:
there is an infection such as typhus, dengue fever
leg vein disorders
the ambient air is too cold
abnormalities in the sweat glands
therefore, if indeed the cold condition in your child continues to occur then you should check your child directly to a pediatrician, so the doctor can check the condition of your child directly.
It is recommended that you give your child enough to eat and drink. Avoid children in an environment that is too cold. Use socks and jackets on the child if the child seems cold.
Here is an article you can read about cold feet
may be useful. Thank you