How to treat Children’s Congestion
When your child has congestion, you will be looking for ways to provide them with a little relief from the discomfort. One of the best ways to do this is by having them breathe in steam. To do this, have your child lean over a bowl of steaming water and breathe the steam in deeply. This will help loosen up mucus, which is causing them to be congested.
Also, you can increase the amount of fluids that they are drinking on a daily basis as well. Water is a great option that will keep them hydrated and will also make mucus thinner and easier to cough up. This can help greatly with congestion.
Saline drops can also be put in the nasal passages to help with congestion. One of the great things about these drops is that they are safe to use in babies and young children. Most other types of medications are dangerous for smaller children, so this is a great option for kids who are younger.
You should also treat the other symptoms that they are having as well. For example, if your child has a cough along with their congestion, giving them a small amount of honey will help with this issue.
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