The fresh leaves, soothing climate, dew drops and breezy drizzle are certainly enjoyable. At the same time, we have to be a little more cautious and provide an extra dose of care to the children to prevent developing any infectious diseases. Monsoon care is must! Make sure to protect your kids from the dangers of monsoon. Prepare yourself to enjoy the monsoon with your kids without worrying about the monsoon diseases.
Boost immunity before your child captured by cold
Mother is the best cook in the world
Monsoon means spicy and tangy street foods for many, where age is certainly immaterial. Hot and spicy street foods satisfy the taste buds during the damp climate, but it may lead to severe diseases. As mentioned earlier, water borne diseases are very common and it affect kids widely. Not all the street foods are cooked in a healthy way and it may certainly lead to stomach pain, diarrhea and even food poisoning in children. Kiddies, nothing tastes better than cooked by mom. Mommies, take some time to cook the favorite food for your child at home. You can include hot soups in the diet of your children to keep them warm.
Feed only fully cooked foods and boiled water to avoid developing any infectious diseases.
Monsoon not just wet the land, but also increases the dampness in your home. Make sure that your interiors remain dry. The mosquitoes love rain just like us! Why should you give chances to let mosquitoes conquer you? Don’t let the stagnant water stay around your home. Look for the clogs in the kitchen, bathroom and clear it well in hand. Make sure to look for any leakages in the electrical circuit. Dispose the garbage frequently. Use insect repellents.
Rain dance! So, you might have enjoyed the rain dance when you were young! Why shouldn’t you allow the kid? Yes, you can allow your kids having rain dance only when the rain is not too heavy. However, make sure, that your child gets bathed with hot water immediately after drenching in the rain and fed with a hot food like a cup of hot milk, or soup.
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