Ways To Prevent Transmission Of Allergies From Mother To Baby?
Afternoon, I have an allergy to dust, the allergies are pileg, sneezing, and I have a 45-day-old baby and my baby is still drinking exclusive milk.
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Allergies occur when the body mistakenly considers the entry of a substance into the body as something dangerous, when in fact it is not. This error will cause the body to produce special chemical mediators that modulate the appearance of allergic symptoms.
There are many types of diseases related to allergies. Among the most common are:
Allergic rhinitis; namely inflammation of the nasal cavity that is characterized by a runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, itchy nose and eyes, asthma watery eyes; namely inflammation of the lower airway which is characterized by shortness of breath, additional breath sounds (wheezing), and coughing atopic dermatitis; namely inflammation of the skin that is characterized by itchy skin, redness, dryness, swelling, bruntusan, and also various other complaints Allergy is not a contagious disease. But indeed, this disease has great potential to be passed down from mother to child (though not always, it can also not be inherited). Hereditary allergic sufferers do not always have the same type of allergy as their parents. It could also be that your child has another type of allergy as mentioned above, or it can also have no allergies at all.
There are no specific steps you can take to prevent your child from becoming allergic. However, you can minimize the appearance of allergic symptoms in your child by:
Jelly pay attention to anything that triggers symptoms of allergies in children, then as much as possible avoid children from triggers Protect children from environments that are too cold, dusty, or prone to other allergen exposure (such as animal hair, pollen, mold spores, smoke) Keep personal hygiene your child and the environment in which he lives If you or others around you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory tract infections (usually characterized by fever, cough, runny nose), wear a mask so as not to infect the child. Maintain the child's immune system by giving him sufficient milk and breastfeeding. balanced nutrition (when he is more than 6 months later) If allergy symptoms later appear on your child (as mentioned above), do not hesitate to check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician, right?
I hope this helps.