How to take care of a newborn baby in summer: The time of outbreak of heat is extremely delicate for everyone. Especially for new born babies. Children’s immunity is weak, due to which they are prone to diseases. Especially those babies who have their first heat after birth. They need more care. In this article, we will tell you how to take care of your kids in this scorching summer.

Feed fresh food- If your baby starts eating even a little bit of solid food, always feed him fresh food. There is a possibility of stomach infection in children in this season. A child of 6 months or less has a weak immune system. Hence the baby needs extra care.

Choosing the right clothes In the summer season, choose the right clothes for the kids to protect them from the heat. Make your children wear cotton clothes only. Air passes through the body through cotton clothes and the ability to absorb sweat is also high in cotton clothes. Make your child wear only light white, yellow, blue colored clothes.

Take care of ventilation If the room gets hot, keep the baby in a well ventilated room. Keep the child in a place with proper ventilation. Also keep in mind that if the front is not well ventilated, the baby may get sick.

hydration- It is also important to take care of hydration. If you want to save your child from heat stroke, then make him drink water from time to time. Be careful not to boil the water. Breastfeed babies below the age of 6 months, this removes the lack of water in their body. If the child is more than 6 months then you can give him coconut milk, lassi, fruit juice.

Don’t go out in the sun The child should not be taken outside in the summer season. Do not make the mistake of taking the child out between 12:00 to 4:00. This can cause heatstroke to the child. If you are going out for some special work, then take the child out by covering it well and wearing a hat.

take a bath You can take a bath once or twice a day to take care of the baby in summer, just keep in mind that the water is neither too cold nor too hot.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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