In this month’s edition of our First Aid series, we give you some quick tips on how to handle your child’s nose blocks – a common problem that peaks during winters.
By Team ParentCircle
Did you read the recent news that Delhi dipped to 3.7 degrees Celsius, recording the coldest day in the last four years? It hasn’t been very different for rest of India this year. You read it right! This winter has been quite chilling, and it’s not been good for your child. Allergic cold, nose blocks and constant sniffling are all common during this season, largely because viruses thrive in low temperatures. We now tell you how to handle your child’s blocked nose, without hurting the lining of her nose or nostrils.
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