“Monsoon Showers Feel Like a Balm to Our Soaring Limbs After Months of Scorching Heat. But Monsoon is Also the Season Which Brings not Just Greenery but Weird Health Issues for Everyone.”
Baby Health Tips – None is kept spared of these problems, be it adults, children or especially babies health. Rains bring about lots of problems such as flooded roads, mosquitoes and often water-borne diseases.
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“It is even vital to take extra care for your baby during monsoon, for that we have put together some very useful information in this blog post that will help you to take good care of your baby and keep them cool and comfortable all the time through the hot and humid months.”
There are so many questions that keep frequenting in a parent’s mind that they often fail to find any satisfactory answers of those questions. With this blog post, we have tried to cover all the aspects that will help you to keep in mind all the tips and tricks to keep the humid effect at an arm’s length from your delicate darlings.
• Reschedule Your Baby’s Bathing Ritual: A bath is certainly a good way to keep your baby clean and healthy. This weather has a lot of infections in store for everyone. And bathing is the perfect way to keep your delicate darling free of all infections. Since a baby is much prone to infections and allergies that this season may have in store for them. So, whether you have a newborn or a crawling toddler, if it suits your schedule, you can plan to give your little munchkin bath during the hottest time of the day or when baby feels flustered. Be wary to use excessively cold water on their soft, delicate skin. It might upset your baby. If you notice that your baby’s skin has got a rash, it’s dry, then treat the affected area properly. And don’t offer any bath unless the baby is dirty and actually requires it. Keep baths as short as possible.
• Choose the Right Apparels: During the monsoon, the weather feels just so unpredictable. It can start out hot and humid and can suddenly turn cold and hazy. Such unpredictability might disturb your baby’s digestive system, appetite and can also cause mild fever. To deal with these sudden changes, it is best to keep your baby dressed in layers. Keep in their wardrobe a light cotton cardigan or a light cotton blanket handy that you can pop on your baby if the temperature chooses to drop suddenly. Preferably choose pastel colored clothes that perfectly cover their arms and legs and protect her them from mosquitoes’ attack. Since this is the season of malaria and dengue, so it’s better to take precautions in advance.
• Make Sure to Feed Hot and Piping Meal: This is the season when waterborne diseases are at its peak. It is somehow hard to avoid sewage water getting mixed with the supply of clean water. Though, water filters aid a great deal in preventing the water pollutants. Don’t serve unfiltered water.
For lactating mothers, one thing they should be aware of is they don’t need to give her additional water in a hot and humid weather, even if you feel that your baby sweats a lot. You might also get to notice that your baby asks for milk more often. This happens because she is taking in more of the water-rich foremilk and less of the thick hindmilk.
“Keep your baby hydrated enough. Keep yourself aware if the food quality goes pale. Be mindful of the signs such as foul smell in eatables and food products, a change in color or texture or signs of fungus growing on the food or an acid or fermented taste. Don’t breastfeed your baby if you have caught an infection or if you are down with fever.”
Bring on the baarish this monsoon and keep relishing the beauty of this weather without being perturbed by its unpredictability.
Keep You and Your Babies Healthy and Cheerful Always!