At school, when the temperatures drop and the children spend more time indoors, the rooms quickly turn into real breeding grounds. This makes sense, because 80% of germs are transmitted through the hands and nostrils of our little ones are the favorite entry point for germs that cause the most common respiratory infections.
Faced with more vulnerable toddlers, because they are a little tired and the sun refuses to show, the small viruses are having a blast. Itchy throat, runny nose, or stuffy nose, unpleasant sensation in the ears are common.
All this is most of the time completely benign, but you should not hesitate to seek advice from your pharmacist or consult a doctor.
Healthy kids are an essential part of feel good therapy. A few very simple habits allow them to be preserved from these inconveniences.
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