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In India, we mostly brave three seasons: summer, winter and rainy. We do welcome a rainy surprise in the scorching heat of May but with the sudden downpour comes an unexpected tide of diseases and feeling of being unwell. Whenever the weather changes, viral and bacterial infections spur up. This particularly takes a toll on the health of young kids. Upset stomachs, fever, cough, cold and sore throats are commonly observed in almost every kid. his not only disrupts the child’s health, but affects his studies too, since exams are mostly held during these months. The pressure of exams and poor health may adversely affect your child. Below are a few tips to help your child stand high against the changing weather:
10. Keep honey and ginger handy: Kids love this sweet potion and will love this in place of horrible smelling cough syrups. Ginger and honey may be combined to relieve itchy throat caused by sudden weather change
As Mark Twain rightly said, “Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get”. Being prepared for changes and being knowledgeable is the right way of facing weather changes, which are beyond our control. Follow the above tips and keep your child protected against the challenges of changing weather. Exercise, eat well and be happy – the mantra to keep fit!
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