Pneumonia in both a child and an adult is pneumonia, which affects the alveoli and tissues. The process can affect only part of the lung (focal), or spread further. As a result, pneumonia in a child can cover completely one lung (total). Therefore, it is one-sided and even two-sided. In this article, we will analyze why a disease may appear, how to determine it, cure it and prevent it.
Causes of pneumonia in children
Pneumonia can be caused by various reasons. Provoke the development of the disease can: hypothermia, a decline in immunity, stress, hypo – and vitamin deficiencies, systemic sleep deprivation, general overwork. Continue reading
A lack of vitamins can lead to serious consequences, so it is important to know the symptoms of hypovitaminosis in a child. This condition is not difficult to be treated, unlike vitamin deficiency. The main thing is to notice abnormalities in the body in time and consult a doctor. Most often, a child’s hypovitaminosis has different symptoms. Symptoms vary depending on what kind of organic matter the body lacks. Do not forget that each person is individual – some indicators may overlap or indicate problems with internal organs. This is especially true for children whose immune system is weak. It will be correct to consult a specialist in a clinic. He will identify the cause of the problem, select individual treatment specifically for your case. Continue reading
Some parents become stupor, others are horrified when they find out that the child is a sleepwalker: what to do and why it happens? There are a thousand questions in my head and it’s scary to ask someone about this. The standard situation. You calmly packed the baby by reading him a bedtime story and went to your room to rest. After 2-3 hours they heard a noise. We went out into the corridor and saw how your child with empty eyes is slipping on the threshold and is ready to leave the house? It may seem surprising to you, but this is a very real story Continue reading