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Maintaining the health of children of special concern to mothers, especially during the spring which is generally accompanied with the development of various diseases. As seasons change occurs, the body adapt to extra hard to face the weather changes from dry season to rainy season. Original air-dry heat, suddenly becomes cold-damp. This condition, causing discomfort, also makes the body susceptible to disease. Generally, the rainy season begins transition is not uniform. This caused some of the region is still dusty and hot valve.

Furthermore, dust and dirt that was left in the area easily in the wind to other areas, and to be vectors (carriers) of disease. Children, especially toddlers ages, including vulnerable diseases in transition seasons. If allowed, it is not impossible evolved into an adverse health problems.

A. Fever

Fever is one of the health problems often suffered by children in the transition seasons. This could be because new in this transition season, battered children against many bacteria (usually a virus) on a large scale. Fever is not an illness. But a symptom that the body is building a defense against infection. More precisely, a fever can be a symptom of various diseases. Starting from mild to serious infections.

B. Respiratory Diseases

One child's illness that preceded the transition season fever is a disease of the respiratory system. Fever is a symptom of respiratory system disease is usually mild to moderate (37.4 to 39.4 degrees Celsius).

But in some cases of influenza in children, fever can reach 39.9 degrees Celsius. The initial symptoms of respiratory disease can be a cough, sometimes accompanied by shortness of breath. Can also be accompanied by a cough runny nose, sneezing and increased body temperature. Specific symptoms can also arise, namely respiratory abnormalities.

Based on the location of the attack, the disease is divided into two:

b1. Upper respiratory tract disease.

Generally, symptoms of upper respiratory tract disease is more mild, such as colds. Only in certain cases of serious symptoms can occur, for example, a rather high fever (at the throat inflammation) and toxemia or poisoning (in diphtheria).

a2. Lower respiratory tract disease.

Disturbance in this section could lead to bronchopneumonia, the inflammation of the lungs that came from the branches of a throat infection, and bronkioetitis, which is a serious infection at the last branch of the airway adjacent to the lung tissue.

C. GI disease

In the transition to wet season dry season, cases of this disease are high because of large amount of dust and dirt that has the potential to be vectors. The disease is also very closely related to food consumption patterns. Because the disease is generally caused by bacteria or viruses that usually contaminate the food and beverage, whether it be home-made meals or snacks outside the home. Given the pattern of children who tend to eat at will, the possibility of this disease becomes very large.

GI disease is usually preceded by a complaint from diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea is usually accompanied by fever, headache and stomach-churning. Feces children may appear slimy and bloody even (if the cause is not infection, symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea is rarely accompanied by heartburn and stool without mucus and blood).

In order not happen not only undesirable, first aid is usually given priority to stop the vomiting and diarrhea. And after a given treatment, within three days generally reduced complaints. If not, children need to get a more serious handling.

D. Prevention and Treatment


Keeping the child's food intake. Adequate nutrition, according to age, weight and your child's activity will increase endurance, so not susceptible to disease


Furnish it with a multivitamin. This supplement contains a variety of essential vitamins (which can not be made by the body). When given correctly - the composition and the dosage adjusted to the needs of children - a multivitamin can help to improve the resilience of the body so not susceptible to disease transition.


Make sure any food or drink into the mouth of a child is a guaranteed clean. That is, besides to be more hygienic in processing and preparing food at home, persuade children not to snack at random.

4 komentar:

謝翁穎翰毓珍 said...


ndop said...

wow.. nice sharing...


andra said...

thanx brother ndop

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