Home Remedies for Toddler Nausea

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When your toddler isn’t feeling well, it is likely that they will develop nausea which can lead to vomiting. Since vomiting can lead to dehydration, it is important to treat the nausea in your toddler.

The first thing that you should do is to give your child small sips of fluids regularly. This can help to settle their stomach and will help make sure that they are not becoming dehydrated. While water is helpful, studies have also shown that carbonated drinks like ginger ale can help settle the stomach as well.

give-your-child-small-sips-of-fluids-regularly-if-they-likely-to develop-nauseaTea is also something that can be given to children to help settle their stomach. It is best to stick with diluted mint tea or allow your child to suck on mints while they are feeling nauseous. This will help settle their stomach and will help provide them with even more fluids to help keep them hydrated.

Finally, if your child is able to eat, give them foods that are bland. This will help make sure that their stomach is settled and that they are able to control the amount of nausea that they feel. Some of the best options are bananas, rice and unbuttered bread. Popsicles and whole grain cereals can also settle the stomach of toddlers.



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