Autumn is a significant time when we need to strengthen the immune system of our kids. Especially due to quarantine time. When the cold weather starts, most parents think about how to protect their children from frequent colds and infections. Today our specialists have prepared several easy tips on how to help the child’s immunity to withstand the autumn-winter period.
Good sleep – is health
We all know that every healthy child must have right and regular sleep. In order for a child to grow up healthy and strong, he must not be overworked and exhausted, otherwise the body will be weak and prone to infections. Day and night sleep plays an important role in this. So don’t forget about it.
Everyday morning work-out
We all know that morning exercises give good influence on our health and emotions. The time of exercises must be at least 15 minutes. Thanks to exercises, not only muscles come to tone, but also internal organs, as well as the emotional system. Be sure to stretch all the muscles of the body after a night’s sleep together with your kids. It will bring both health and happiness to your children.
Our health is result of our food
We all know how what we eat affects how we feel. When it comes to kids the balanced food is very important. To increase immunity every parent should pay great attention to the nutrition, since this is the main condition for the formation of strong immunity. Try to give your children more healthy food and exclude the junk one. If you try to do your best you will see how it will affect your child.
Fresh air is child’s immunity friend
Once one doctor said: “Fresh air is the health of a child. So no matter what the weather is – you should go outside and have a walk.” That’s really true since walking in the fresh air cleans child’s lungs, nose and the skin is saturated with moisture. At the same time it’s a great way to have fun. Your child can play great games outside.
All our tips are really easy, but believe us they work. If you will follow them every day then your children will be healthy! Keep safe and be healthy!
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