Seasonal allergy is a type of allergy that occurs when the flu season changes or occurs once a year.
- Ear pain, headache, sore throat
- Nasal congestion, sneezing and runny nose
- Sneezing, sputum sensation, coughing
- Itching, redness, itching and swelling of the eyes
- Feeling tired
- Decreased appetite.
Seasonal nasal allergens
- Moisture and cold
- Scents of trees, flowers / grass and grass
- Aggravate nasal allergies in hot weather
- Try to protect him by identifying the things that provoke us
- Take vitamin C regularly
- Try to relocate as much as possible if the weather does not suit us
- Occasional steaming for cold and dust allergies.
Notice these on your baby?
- If your baby’s temperature is 38 degrees Celsius or higher and he or she cries for more than 2 hours at a time, does not eat, has diarrhea, has frequent vomiting, falls asleep, or is unresponsive, take it to a health facility immediately.
- If a baby’s head is shaken for a few seconds, it can cause irreversible brain damage.
- Babies’ brains sway back and forth in the skull, causing swelling and bleeding.
- Take baby faeces to a health facility if they are wet, green, or smelly.
- Children may cry when they are hungry, wet, bloated, hot or very cold.
- Do not give honey to children under 12 months of age.
- Babies may be deprived of sleep if they have gas in their milk during breastfeeding. So raising a child is important.
- It may take 12-14 days for the baby’s vaccine to dry out; Be sure to consult a professional later.
- Embrace your child at bedtime and sing your favorite song over and over again;