What should I do if my baby's nose is not ventilated and can't sleep well?


Every time the temperature drops, the baby's most annoying is the stuffy nose. Looking at the sample of suffering, it hurts. Today, I would like to share with you an article on how to care for your baby's blocked nose!

Why is the baby's nose not ventilating?

The breathing passages of infants and young children, such as the nostrils and nasal cavity, are relatively narrow, so a slight secretion or swelling of the mucous membrane can easily block them. However, as the baby grows, the symptoms of a blocked nose will gradually diminish. The following is an introduction to the reasons why your baby's nose is not ventilated in daily life. There are two main points:

1. Stuffy nose caused by a cold

Manifested with nasal congestion, runny nose, and some accompanied by fever. In such a situation, you must first keep warm. In addition, you can use a warm and damp towel on the baby's nose to apply heat, twice a day, each time for about 15 minutes.

2. Nasal congestion caused by acute sinusitis

The baby's repeated colds can affect the sinus mucosa, causing congestion and swelling, increasing secretions, and causing acute sinusitis. In addition to nasal symptoms such as nasal congestion, runny nose, and mouth breathing, heavier symptoms include fever, headache, sore throat, irritability and other symptoms. If the baby has a cold, parents should actively treat it first. Take the baby to the otolaryngology department to see a doctor in time, and use drugs reasonably under the guidance of the doctor to completely cure and prevent recurrence.

What should I do if my baby's nose is blocked?

My baby's nose is blocked and his breathing is not smooth. Parents look uncomfortable. What should I do if my baby's nose is blocked? Parents don’t have to worry too much. They can use steam to smoke their nose, nasal aspirator to suck out the mucus, massage the nose and other methods to relieve the baby’s symptoms.

1. Smoke the nose with steam

You can open the lid of the thermos bottle and slowly let your baby get close to the steam. It is better not to scald the face. Let the steam smoke the nose to ventilate the nasal cavity. The effect can be seen for about 10 minutes each time.

2. Use a nasal aspirator to suck out the nasal mucus

If the baby is small and can't blow his nose, you can use a nasal aspirator to help the baby suck out the nose. Be careful not to use too much force when inhaling. After blowing the nose, the baby will feel the nose clearer. Because nasal mucus is a manifestation of body immunity during a cold, the cold virus multiplies in nasal tissue cells, so the secreted nasal mucus can carry the virus out of the body, which is a way of detoxification of the body, so it must be cleaned up in time Drop your nose.

Baby Nasal Aspirator

3. Nasal congestion caused by a cold

If you have a cold and typhoid fever, you can let your baby drink brown sugar ginger water. The ginger should be added more, whichever is not spicy. After drinking, let the baby sleep and sweat with a quilt. This will help the cold to get better and the nose will ventilate. Up.

4. Massage the nose

You can use your thumb and index finger to massage the nose back and forth from the corner of the eye downwards and then upwards to promote the normal blood circulation of the nose and help reduce the symptoms of nasal congestion.

Tips for a stuffy baby's nose

In addition to some common nursing methods, the baby's nose is not ventilated, you can also take a small coup to reduce the symptoms of the baby's nose. There are several small coups as follows:

1. Drink green onion water

Take 5 green onions, remove the green onions, wash them, add 40 ml of water, boil them on a low heat for 3 minutes, put them in a baby bottle, and let the baby drink when the temperature is right.

2. Wet compress

When you feel that your baby's breathing is a little difficult, the breathing sounds are too heavy, or the nose is congested, use a wet towel to warm the base of the baby's nose, and the nasal congestion can be temporarily relieved.

3. Saline nasal drops

Put 1 teaspoon of salt into 240ml warm water, put it in the empty bottle of used eye drops, hold the baby upright, drop 1 drop into each of the two nostrils, then let the baby lie down and use a nasal aspirator to secrete it Suction clean.

4. Play the role of wet cloth

If the baby has a runny nose, moisten it with a soft towel or gauze, take a corner clockwise and twist it into a cloth twist, gently put it into the baby’s nasal cavity, and then twist it counterclockwise while pulling it out, which will cause the secretions in the nose Take it out and repeat it several times.

5. Let your baby burp and sneeze

If the baby has a nasal scab, the easiest way is to let the baby cry for a while, wait for the tears to soak the nasal scab, make the nasal scab soft, then use a cloth twist to stimulate the nasal passages, make the baby sneeze, and remove the nose. Type the scab out.


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