How to treat Pneumonia?

Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs caused by infection with virus, bacteria or fungi or by inhaling a foreign object.

Pneumonia

The agent that cause pneumonia aren’t in the airways of the lungs but in the tiny air sacs of the lungs called the alveoli. Pneumonia usually looks more sessions than bronchiolitis, with the child having a high fever and greater fatigue but a similar cough.

Common Symptoms of Pneumonia

Common Symptoms Of Pneumonia

  • Difficulty in beathing
  • Dry cough
  • Fever (39 °C) or 102.2 °F
  • Wheezing
  • Bluish skin or Lips in severe cases
  • Pain in the chest caused by deep breathing
  • vomiting and diarrhea

How to treat Pneumonia?

First thing to do

  1. Look for dry cough and difficulty breathing.
  2. Take your child’s temperature, if he has fever try to lower his temperature by tepid sponging.
  3. Give child plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
  4. Then, consult the doctor immediately.

Home Care Management:

  1. Put your child up in bed, to help him health easily.
  2. Keep the room well ventilated, moderately warm but not hot.
  3. Give your child enough fluids, foods that are easy to digest such as yogurt, fruits and soups
  4. You can give also vitamins/supplements like fish oil EPA + DHA to 4g daily, or in natural remedy like Garlic 1 clove, minced, 2 times daily.

What are the fruits and vegetables that has high content of pesticides?

Fruits & Veggies
First, what is Pesticides?

It is a substance for destroying or mitigating any pest.

Fruits and Vegetables Highest in Pesticides:

Grapes                                      Peaches

Lettuce                                      Strawberry

Apples                                       Pears

Bell Peppers                             Kale

Carrots                                       Celery

Nectarines

 

Fruits and vegetables lowest in Pesticides:

Broccoli                                  Avocadoes                          Sweet corn

Bananas                                   Cabbage                              Kiwis

Papayas                                   Onions                               Watermelon

Mangoes                                   Shallots                             Asparagus

Pineapples                                Sweet Peas

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