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Remedies For Common Children's Ailments

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Are you used to popping a pill every time you get a headache? Do you follow the same when it comes to your child too? You can avoid medicines and try simple home remedies instead, unless your child is getting too uncomfortable.

Frequent ailments such as fevers can be contained and managed with simple home remedies. “Recent studies show that honey is better than cough medicine for relieving coughs and helping a sick child sleep better,” writes Jeannette Moninger in Parents Magazine.

It is important to understand that many pharmaceutical medicines have side effects that home remedies do not have. “The growth of the pharmaceutical industry has meant that there are indeed ‘cures’ for most symptoms, and we have become accustomed to putting our health in the hands of someone else, and to purchasing products that make us feel good. Somewhere along the line we began to believe that technology was in some way superior to what was natural, and so we willingly gave up control of even minor health problems,” writes Karen Sullivan in ‘The Complete Family Guide to Natural Home Remedies.’

Like fever and cold, heartburn, vomiting, teething pain and toothache are some other common ailments among children. Stomach aches and constipation are unpleasant and sometimes agonising for children. Although severe dehydration needs medical care, mild cases can be cured at home. Home remedies for all these ailments are easily available in your kitchen and provide safer and easy cures.

You probably have a lot of questions bombarding your mind right now. This ClipBook has been especially designed to teach you everything you need to know about home remedies for your child’s common ailments.

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Natural Remedies For Cold And Cough

It's miserable to watch your child suffer through cold and cough. Here are some prevention tips and home remedies that help soothe your child.

Treating A Fever Without Medicine

Fevers generally do not need to be treated with medication unless your child is uncomfortable or or has a history of seizure and chronic illness. Here are some tips to comfort your child through fever.

Home Remedies For Heartburn In Children

It is hard to believe for some people that children too suffer from heartburn, but heartburn is a common problem with children. Nowadays, several home remedies are available for its treatment.

Home Remedies For Toothache

Toothache is at the top of the list for not-a-fun-time, but there are some natural remedies you can use to relieve the pain before you make it to the dentist.

Effective Home Remedies For Stomach Ache

A stomach ache is quite an unpleasant experience for the baby. Fortunately, there are home remedies for stomach ache in children which will be of great help to soothe your child.

Cures For Constipation In Children

Constipation is very common among children. You can start with some home remedies to try and free your child from the problem. Here are a few of them.

Home Remedies For Headache

There are lots of causes of headache like stress, tension, etc. Most of us have a habit of popping a pill in our mouth when we get a headache. However, headache can also be cured using home remedies. Read on to find out more about them.

Home Remedies For Dehydration

If not treated in time, dehydration can lead to several complications. You should seek medical help for severe dehydration, but you can treat mild dehydration at home.

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