Children require extra care during winter. Their immune system is continuously growing, so they are more likely to get cold and other winter diseases. From food to clothes you need to check everything from the harsh weather. You must consider ways to increase your child's immunity to keep them safe in winter. Apart from that, there are other lifestyle and dietary changes that you must make to protect children from cold weather.
Tips for winter clothing
- Kids have delicate skin, hence you should buy clothes with soft wool which does not lead to any kind of allergy or rash.
- Sweaters are not the only thing you must buy. Socks, hat, gloves, and earmuffs.
- You should not make unnecessary layers of clothes.
- Wash woolen clothes with soft detergent and make sure that it removes all possible germs.
- Do not allow kids to stay in wet clothes.
- Kids Do not have the same tolerance for cold-like adults.
Dietary tips for winters
- Diet so plays a vital role in keeping kids warm during winters.
- You can make soups for your children. It is healthy and will definitely keep your children warm.
- Sweet potato is very famous during winter. You can give sweet potato to your kids. Make sure you serve it hot to your kids. So you can squeeze a lemon and sprinkle some salt to enhance the taste.
- Do not give your child coffee or tea due to the presence of coffee. You should give hot milk or you can give hot chocolate sometimes.
- Nuts and seeds are other healthy option which you can serve your kids. Nuts are really good in winter as they are loaded with nutrients. Nuts can be both served as morning or evening snack. It is also a healthy snacking option.
- So, make sure your kids drink water to keep them hydrated on check.
Winter skincare for kids
- Apply moisturizer on your child's body every day after they take a bath to keep their skin hydrated.
- You can give them a hot oil massage but do not heat the oil too much. Use only warm oil.
- Sunscreen is required in winters as well.
- You can also apply oil on your body before a bath to maintain the hydration.
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