Baby care tips that you should follow during the monsoons

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portea baby careHolding a newborn in your hands is a matter of joy. It is exciting for any parent to go home with the new born baby. But, the matter is scary too. One needs to feed the baby every now and then and also change the diaper. The health issue a baby has is much different from that of adults and the old aged. The baby goes through several changes in the first year and giving the best baby care is pretty challenging. No matter what the season, your baby may suffer from certain kinds of diseases. Some diseases are seasonal while others may be deadly and require medical care. Seasonal health issues may be dealt with or without any medicines. As the immunity system of the baby is weak, they usually suffer from certain diseases during the monsoons. Some of the prominent monsoon health conditions are dengue, conjunctivitis, cold and fever. Babies need extra care and attention during monsoons. To care for the baby during the monsoons, you may adopt certain home remedies.

You may feed freshly extracted orange juice

Dengue is common disease during monsoons and can be really dangerous for the baby. Orange juice, a rich mixture of vitamins and antioxidants is good for the baby’s health. It aids in digestion, increases antibodies and therefore feeding the baby with freshly extracted orange juice is the best idea.

Neem leaves extract and papaya

Neem leaves extract will safeguard your baby from any monsoon disease and strengthen the immunity system. A mixture of neem extract and papaya extract will help in curing any of the monsoon health conditions. Newborn baby care during the monsoon starts with giving him papaya and neem extract. It is an effective treatment for dengue. It may also raise the level of platelets in the body.

It is must to use insect repellants and mosquito repellents

Dengue is a purely monsoon disease which results from mosquito bite. Babies are mostly affected by this disease. You must use mosquito repellent product in the home to safeguard your baby from any mosquito bite. Mosquito repellent is available in spray form. You can also use coil in the baby’s room or use a mosquito net. The baby sleeps in peace if you follow any of the stated measures.

Basil leaves to improve the immunity system

Tulsi leaves or basil leaves are popular since the age old times. It is an excellent remedy to cure cough and cold. 4-5 leaves of basil can strengthen the immunity system of the baby. It may help to overcome cold and viral fever. But, make sure the dose is adequate since an over-consumption may harm the health of the baby.

Ginger to fight monsoon diseases

Baby may be given ginger to fight out monsoon diseases. It has antibiotic property which also strengthens immunity system.

Do away with stagnant water near your place

If water logging takes place outside your home or if there is stagnant water anywhere in the garden, you must get rid of it. Stagnant water is the breeding ground for mosquitoes. Water may gather anywhere due to variety of reasons.

Hygiene of the baby matters

As babies don’t use washroom, you have to wash the hands almost every hour. Hand hygiene is important as they have tendency to put fingers inside the mouth.

BCG vaccination may be given to safeguard from tuberculosis. By following the tips mentioned above, you can keep the baby safe and disease-free.

About reks

Rekha is a Marketing Manager based out of Bangalore and is a mommy to two kids. She is a busy mom who loves sharing her experiences with other mommies here. She is the cofounder of mommyswall.
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One Response to Baby care tips that you should follow during the monsoons

  1. Natural remedies are really informative for me for my baby.
    thank you for your blog

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