How to Cure Children’s Cough and Phlegm

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There are many reasons that a child may have a cough and phlegm. It could be caused by an infection or something minor. However, regardless of the cause of the issue, parents need to have a way to cure cough and phlegm on their own without medical intervention.

One of the best things that you can do for a cough is to increase the amount of water that your child is drinking. This is helpful because it can make mucus thinner and easier to cough up. It will also help thin out phlegm and make it easier for the child to breathe.

Honey-has-been-shown-to-help-greatly-in-children-who-have-coughsYou should also make sure that they are getting plenty of rest throughout the day as well. If the cough and phlegm is being caused by an infection, this can help to give the body the strength that it needs to fight it off.

To help ease the symptoms that your child is having, you can give them honey. Honey has been shown to help greatly in children who have coughs because of its natural antibacterial characteristics. However, it is important to only give honey to children who are over the age of two because it can make younger children very sick if they take it.

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