11 Oct 2022 | 3 min Read
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Children often catch coughs and colds which are usually harmless and get better in no time. However, children can sometimes also have more serious breathing problems that require urgent treatment. Here are some tips for treating breathing problems in toddlers and when you should worry about it.
Most coughs and colds in toddlers and babies can usually be treated with home remedies. Plus, you can also use natural vapour patches which are safe to use and can let your little one sleep well.
Children having difficulty breathing usually show signs that they are not getting enough oxygen, indicating respiratory distress. Here is a list of some of the signs that may indicate that your child is not getting enough oxygen.
Try out these tips for treating breathing problems in toddlers. Remember not to panic and seek out medical attention immediately in case your child’s fever is persistent and your child’s wheezing does not seem to go away.
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