Does your child keep falling ill often? Have cold, cough and fever become his best friends? Then, most probably, your child’s immunity is weak, making him prone to many diseases. This can also hinder his academic performance, as staying ill can keep him away from school.
There are many things you can do to boost your child’s immunity. Something as simple as making him drink certain juices can be the first step towards boosting immunity. According to an article titled 10 Simple Juices to Jump Start Your Immune System published in healthline.com, juices like Carrot Apple Pear Juice, Orange Grapefruit Juice, and Tomato juice can help your child fight those diseases.
Sometimes, lack of sleep and proper diet can also hamper your child’s immunity. According to Health Matters: Diet, sleep and play help make healthy children, an article published in centraljersey.com, 'Many children do not get the amount or quality of sleep they need for good health, development and academic performance. In fact, sleep deprivation has been linked to serious health issues including anxiety and depression, obesity, diabetes, immunity problems and attention deficit disorder.' As a general routine, ensuring that your child gets enough sleep, follows a healthy diet and exercises regularly, can help too.
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