May 17, 2011

How to Overcoming Infant Nasal Congestion

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GladChild: Infant nasal congestion is a classic problem experienced in babies in its first month. These conditions make difficult baby to suck milk from his mother's nipple so the baby becomes fussy, especially Infant nasal congestion often occurs at night.

Here are some tips that can be done to reduce the problem of Infant nasal congestion:
  • Lay your baby on a bed and drops 2-3 drops of saline solution into the right nostril and left alternately. Once dotted with drops of saline solution, immediately face down your baby or in a comfortable position. Saline solution can be purchased at the nearest pharmacy.
  • When excessive mucus production, is using vacuum suction mucus specifically for babies, this tool can be obtained at a pharmacy / medical equipment stores. Read how to use them carefully.
  • Elevate the head of the crib.
  • Breastfeed or give drink enough for the baby.
  • Before bed, the baby should be bathed with warm water or run hot water shower and then take the baby inhaling water vapor emerging from the shower. Do not bathe the baby with hot water shower.
  • Do not give cough and cold medicine or nose spray for infants under the age of 2 years.
  • If the complaint continues, see a doctor immediately.

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