Diarrhea is the second largest disease in respiratory diseases in pediatric diseases. Some parents think that diarrhea is a minor disease, and it has passed. In fact, it is not only the child’s digestive tract, but also affecting growth and development. However, some parents attach great importance to excessiveness. During children’s diarrhea, they desperately allow their children to strengthen their nutrition, which is not conducive to the recovery of the disease.
1. Don’t fast blindly
Except for severe vomiting, children with diarrhea and dehydration are temporarily fasting for 4 to 6 hours, they should continue to eat to relieve the condition, shorten the course of the disease, and promote recovery. During diarrhea, a lot of water and inorganic salts will be lost. Fasting or excessive diet control will increase intestinal peristalsis and increase diarrhea, and even affect the health of children.
2. Don’t make up for it
Some parents can do everything possible to feed their children’s chocolate, milk, and eggs such as high -fat and high -protein foods. They want to make up for the losses caused by the diarrhea of the children. They do not know that this will increase the burden on the gastrointestinal and make the diarrhea not heal for a long time. At this time, it is advisable to give your children some digestive foods such as rice soup, sugar and salt boiling water, and even temporarily fasting, so that the gastrointestinal and intestines can be restrained, the function can be restored to accelerate the healing of the disease.
Third, pay attention to the abdomen warmth
Children’s abdomen is susceptible to cold, and children with diarrhea have increased bowel movements. If the abdomen is cold, the bowel movement is faster, thereby aggravating the condition.
4. Protect the hips of the child
Due to the increase in defecation, the skin and mucous membranes around the anus must have different degrees of damage. Parents should pay special attention to the anus parts during care. After the stool, apply a soft toilet paper to gently, or wash it with a soft gauze dipped in water. After washing, you can apply some fat ointments to prevent red buttocks. If it is a baby, replace the diaper in time to avoid ulceration with the skin friction of the urine and the skin. For children, diapers, and polluting clothing and sheets used by children, they must be washed and disinfected in time to avoid repeated infections or infection to others.